Genre: Comedy
Director(s): K. Madesha

don't know where to kiss the dog.

These days, dogs have

more value than human begins.

Why? - Since it is the dog

the heroine kisses in the film..

...when the hero betrays her.

Why are you feeling jealous?

There are some who

are born as human beings..

...instead of being born as dogs.

Raam, what's the matter? Tell me?

- Stand here. I will tell you.



Doesn't she look beautiful?

You're right.

What's the hurry?

We could've met her later, right?

Probably, you won't get

a chance to see her again?

What do you mean? - You will

be tired after the wedding.

And you will weep

when you bid her adieu..

...and that's really bad.

You must bid her

adieu happily, right?

You're right. - Seek their blessings.

Come on. - God bless you.

Raam, come here?

We thought you were still a child..

...and you knew nothing.

But you're too intelligent.

- Thank you.

Wait a minute.

You told us you would give

us a surprise. What's the surprise?

Go to Swapna's room

after 10 minutes..

...you will know it yourself. - I see.

Surprise after 10 minutes.

I wonder what the surprise could be.

10 minutes has passed.

Swapna? Swapna?



Why haven't they come yet?

Why are you in a hurry..

...when the couple who are about

to get ruined are not in a hurry?

I was supposed to get Saif

Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor married.

They've other elderly

people to bless them..

...but for this marriage

you're the only elderly person.

Why are you late?

He needs to attend

Kareena Kapoor's wedding.

Sign here.

Right here.


How could anyone not realize

what's going on in this house?

What are you all doing in this house?

None of us knew that he

would give us such a surprise.

Swapna made a mistake

hiding about her love to us.

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