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Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

Mere Brother Ki Dulhan

09 Sep, 2011
2 hrs 19 mins
174 votes
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Mere Brother Ki Dulhan is a musical romantic comedy set amongst the upper middle class families in North India(U.P.). A topsy turvy love story which takes you on a fun filled ride of humour and romance, where Imran starts on a journey to look for his brother`s dulhan and ends up falling in love with her.
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Mere Brother Ki Dulhan is yet another sad attempt at rom`com. Luv (Ali Zafar) has just had a break up with his girlfriend Piyali and decides to get married to a girl his brother Kush (Imran Khan) chooses for him. Kush sets out looking for an ideal wife and bumps into Dimple (Katrina Kaif), an old acquaintance. ...Read full review
Yash Raj Films` Mere Brother Ki Dulhan is a love story. Kush Agnihotri (Imran Khan) works as an assistant director in Bollywood. His elder brother, Luv Agnihotri (Ali Zafar) has a job in London. Luv has just had a break-up from his girlfriend of several years, Piyali (Tara D`Souza). Luv telephones Kush, asking him to bride-hunt for him. He`s confident that his younger brother would be able to find a girl of his taste, as both the brothers have similar tastes. Now begins Kush`s hunt for a duhlan for his brother. After many failed attempts, he finally meets Dimple Dixit (Katrina Kaif), daughter of a bureaucrat (Kanwaljeet), when her father invites Kush in response to a matrimonial ad for Luv. ...Read full review
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan tries hard to do a Hrishikesh Mukherjee in a Yash Raj set up but is held back by a middling script that banks excessively on charisma, camaraderie and a common malady among present-day aspiring filmmakers - fanboyism. And while the references from RD`s retro chartbusters to Dabangg`s clout are all very nice, it`s not novel any more. ...Read full review
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan isn`t really about a brother`s bride. At least not in the same way the Cher movie Moonstruck (1987 masterpiece, compared to this), or closer home, Onir`s Sorry Bhai (2008), were. The brother here (Ali Zafar casual, charming) has met his girl once, for a few seconds, over Skype, or a computer window that suspiciously looks like an ad for a matrimonial website. She asked him a few``Koffee With Karan rapid fire round questions,``the final one of which was if he preferred underwear or no-underwear. London boy got bowled over, match was made, mandap`s ready. ...Read full review