Band Baaja Baaraat

Synopsis: Shruti (Anushka Sharma) is a 20-something no-nonsense girl from a middle class Delhi household. Focused and determined with preplanned ambitions, her goals in life are well laid out by the time she reaches her final year of college. Bittoo (Ranveer Singh), on the other hand, has no real aim in life. As a final year college student of Delhi University, he whiles away his life having fun with his buddies, barely scraping through his exams. A chance and inopportune meeting (or as you would call it, fate) brings the two of them together on a tumultuous journey where they become partners in their very own, "Wedding planning ka bijness". The rules however, are clear: "Jisse vyapaar karo, usse kabhi na pyaar karo" (Don't mix business with pleasure). Together, their friendship and business, enters the ups and downs of the lavish Delhi weddings. And while trying to find themselves, Shruti and Bittoo discover each other and realize that in the course of their journey, unke khud ke rules ki bajeg
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Maneesh Sharma
Production: Yash Raj Films
  9 wins & 12 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.3
NOT RATED
Year:
2010
139 min
Website
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Bands horns and revelry.

Ideas...

Plans...

Schemes...

There are loads and

loads of dreams...

And we have hatched

brilliant schemes.

Colourful dreams...

Quirky schemes.

There are loads and

loads of dreams...

And we have hatched

brilliant schemes.

Colourful dreams...

Quirky schemes.

Ideas...

Plans...

Schemes...

The plans are rooted deep,

though the path is steep.

You will realize the dream,

because you've got the scheme.

There are loads and

loads of dreams...

And we have hatched

brilliant schemes.

Ideas...

Plans...

Schemes.

We will tackle the future tomorrow.

We won't budge come joy or sorrow.

And if our

ambitions were to turn cold.

We'll warm them with

rising sun, lo and behold.

Tension is nothing more

than a wrinkle on the forehead.

It's the earnest smiles, that

resolve everything in the head.

Try it out, just try it

out... exploit the schemes.

There are loads and

loads of dreams...

And we have hatched

brilliant schemes.

Colourful dreams...

Quirky schemes.

There are loads and

loads of dreams...

And we have hatched

brilliant schemes.

Ideas...

Plans... Schemes.

What's this?

It's daal... move on.

Food first...

What do you think this is?

Horse shit! We pay

1200 per month...

Should I call the warden?

Call him... and ask him to

bring us his biryani along.

Screaming at him won't get us

the biryani... give me your phone.

Use yours...

My outgoing has just been

barred by the phone company...

So thape? What does it look like?

Ok, biryani for

dinner has been fixed!

Ten rupees everyone... entry fee.

Oh, so it's our cash

and your party, bittoo.

Bittoo, you've started already?

We will eat as much as we can.

So thapa?

Out in 10 minutes...

Even the smell will not

be felt in 10 minutes.

It's a dance party, not a

wedding night with very few guests.

You'll get caught easily...

And I will lose my job.

It's just a job. Easy come easy go.

Please bittoo, just hurry up.

Minki and binny.

Bittoo boss.

Hey sunny, pan here dude.

Why are you posing

looking dull? Spice it up, man.

How are you doing buddy?

Looking like a rock star.

The plates are really small.

Excuse me... which

side are you from?

Why should I tell you?

One minute... please step aside.

Why should I?

Keep the plate here...

Call Mr. kochar.

Quickly. Aunty, please come

forward and serve yourself.

Please step aside, you

are blocking the way.

Who are you to put me aside?

Anu aunty's assistant... she

has organised this entire night...

And it's my duty to see

that no riff-raff eat here.

I am no riff-raff!

Who knows... we'll

find out right now.

Yes... tell me what happened.

Here is the bride's uncle.

Uncle, should I let him eat?

Is he from the groom's

side or the bride's?

From neither side.

I knew it! You are a riff-raff.

Who are you calling riff-raff?

Sunny! Come here.

Come here.

Tell them who I am.

We are both with the video team.

Really? I've not seen you around.

We work very quietly...

To not disturb the gentry.

It's all planning, uncle.

We thought we'd get dinner out of

the way before the dancing started.

We won't eat if you don't like.

In every wedding we are

treated with respect...

And offered food and she

is calling me riff-raff.

It's my duty. If we

run short of food...

Because riff-raff like

you have eaten it...

Uncle will question me, right?

Spit the anger out, and eat well.

Later you shoot well. Ok?

Yes, yes of course.

Sunny, you get the best shots.

Give them a plate and what

about the dancing? Get it started.

Sure! About to start.

Is there a leg piece?

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Amitabh Bhattacharya

Amitabh Bhattacharya is an Indian lyricist and playback singer of Bengali origin from Uttar Pradesh who works in Bollywood films. He shot to fame with the film Dev.D with the song "Emotional Attyachar" turning an instant hit. He has been continuously writing lyrics for a variety of Bollywood movies since then and has also sung a few of them. Bhattacharya has also maintained a close association with Amit Trivedi since their first film Aamir. He has written the lyrics or sang for most of the film albums composed by the latter. His lyrics have been variously described as "frillfree" and "smartly worded".A National Award-winning lyricist, he has won the National Award for the song "Agar Zindagi" from the film I Am. He won his first Filmfare award for the song "Abhi Mujh Mein Kahin". In his song-writing career he has won highest number of awards, precisely 9, for the song "Channa Mereya" to date. more…

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