Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

Synopsis: "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan" is a quirky romantic comedy set in the world of the upper middle class in Northern India. Kush Agnihotri (Imran Khan) is looking for the ideal Indian bride for his brother Luv Agnihotri (Ali Zafar) who stays in London. In his quest, Kush goes through an array of wacky encounters with several families until he finally finds that perfect girl in Dimple Dixit (Katrina Kaif), the craziest / wackiest girl he has ever known. Both the families meet. Formalities completed. Preparations proceed in full swing. And just then, our hero Kush falls in love with Dimple, his brother's dulhan. What follows is a comical and unpredictable series of events in this unusual topsy-turvy tale of love.
Director(s): Ali Abbas Zafar
Production: Yash Raj Films
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
60%
NOT RATED
Year:
2011
139 min
£399,429
Website
19 Views

Piali, listen to me!

What did you do, Piali!

You broke my new LED TV!

It was so expensive.

I haven't even paid

the full amount yet.

Are you insane?

- I'm not insane, you are!

We've been together for five years...

...but you still can't

be on time for a date.

I was waiting at King's Cross for

the past one hour, Luv. Grow up!

Look, what's the big deal?

Everyone's got some

weakness or the other.

My weakness is that I'm a little lax

when it comes to matters of time...

...so what's the big deal?

Screw you. What's the big deal?

You can't bloody wash

the dishes after you eat.

You can't keep your

side of the bed tidy.

You can't empty out the

ashtray into the dustbin.

You bloody dirty pig!

You know, Luv. Mum was always right.

You will never understand me.

I changed for you. I've

become a proper Indian girl.

Even the way I dress.

I've even learnt how to make

rice and beans, just for you.

Hey, thanks a lot!

But I don't want all this.

I don't like

traditionally dressed Indian girls.

Why can't you

understand this? Listen...

when we first met...

...you had this spark in you.

You were charming, you were wild...

...you were open about things.

You had this really good energy.

But now...

...now you've become a British cow!

And rice and beans?

David on Oxford Street makes

better rice and beans than you.

Mum's right.

Indian guys like you only

come to London for money.

Not love.

You Indians have no

respect for anything.

You are classless and cheap.

Cheap?

Hey coconut!

If I continue to be with you, I'll need

to pop a few pills of Disprin everyday!

Do you think if you're born in

Britain, you're automatically British?

You know what you actually are.

You're a British Born Confused Desi...

...a 'BBCD.'

Enough okay. That's it!

Enough! I just can't take it.

It's finished. Over.

Means?

Means.

BREAKUP!

Fine...

...breakup.

Mum was right.

You are classless and cheap.

You and your mum can go to hell,

Reshmaben Patel from Surat...

...come here with high

hopes to become a Brit.

You are a dog, Luv!

Still better than being a

Gujju Patel from London!

Bye!

Shit!

Shit! Shit! Shit!

Breakup?

Breakup.

That was John who just arrived at

the success party of 'lshq Kamina'.

Today was the first day

of the film's release...

...and producers declared it a hit

based on just the Friday collections.

If there's any truth

behind this celebration...

...we'll only get to know at the

box office report in a week from now.

For SEE NEWS.

Oh damn! Sorry, sorry madam.

You aren't hurt I hope?

You're live on air.

What!

You're live on air.

Oh, okay! Sorry.

Get out of here.

- Oh, okay. Sorry.

Let's take one more.

Sir, it's a private party tonight.

You can't go in.

We're guests for that very party.

Check the guest list.

Akash Chopra, Raghav Dhawan and Kush.

Just Kush.

Assistant directors of Ishq Kamina!

Okay sir. You may go in.

Guys, we're going to

drink like dogs tonight!

Attack!

Hi!

- How are you doing, Kush?

Sorry?

How you doing, baby?

- Good, good.

Hey, I think you're ready now.

Ready for?

Ready to direct your movie!

Hey, the thing is my phone's ringing.

One second.

Sir, excuse me.

Hello Bhaisahab (Elder brother).

Hello Kush, where are you?

What's all that noise in the back?

I'm at a party. Hold on.

I'll step outside.

You are always partying.

Bhaisahab, my film is a hit.

It's a success party for that.

Oh, so it's a hit. Good, good.

Listen, when are you going home?

I'm leaving on Tuesday.

Is everything alright?

You know Piali, don't you?

- Not at all!

You're finding this funny?

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Ali Abbas Zafar

Ali Abbas Zafar is an Indian film director and screenwriter. He achieved moderate success for his debut film, the romantic comedy Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (2011). He then went on direct the action drama Gunday (2014). He received widespread recognition for the sports drama Sultan (2016), which ranks among the highest-grossing Indian films. He then achieved bigger success directing the action thriller Tiger Zinda Hai (2017). more…

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