Lekar Hum Deewana Dil
A story of friendship, disillusionment, conflict and true love.
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Lekar Hum Deewana Dil

Hindi
RomanceDrama
18 Jul, 2014
2 hrs 20 mins
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37 votes
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Lekar Hum Deewana Dil follow the lives, lifestyles and attitudes of Dino and Karishma. The young and restless duo want to live life on their own terms, frolicking around the city and painting the town red with their friends.

When their exciting lives get jolted with the pressure Karishma`s family is piling on to getting her hitched, she and her rebellious best friend, Dino, realize that its them who are in fact made for each other. Being the rulers of their destiny, they elope to forge a lifetime of love, fun and freedom.

But they are yet to learn that life isn`t that simple. And sometimes the one you love the most can become your biggest problem.
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Lekar Hum Deewana Dil is the story of two best friends, Dinesh ``Dino`` Nigam (Armaan Jain) and Karishma Shetty (Deeksha Seth). The duo, who are inseparable, are the talk of the college. Their friendship takes a drastic turn when Karishma`s parents decide that it`s time for her to get married. With her engagement merely days away, ... ...Read full review
The most popular genre in our Hindi film industry is Romance. This genre has been subdivided into few categories like love triangle, family wars, rich- poor clash and a few more along with couples eloping and getting married. Movies like 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak', 'Bobby', 'Jab We Met' and few more pop up instantly in the back of our mind when we think of Hindi films where the couples had to elope in order to avoid their family members getting them married against their wish. 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak' had a huge part dealing with the eloping track and after the movie's success, this track was seen in many more films until the release of 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge', where the hero decides not to elope. The same scenario repeated and many more films were followed by the 'DDLJ' effect indulged in it, until the release of 'Jab We Met' which could be termed as combo of 'QSQT' and 'DDLJ' but again ...Read full review
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