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My Brother's Bride (Mere Brother Ki Dulhan)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy, Romance, Musical
Release Date:September 9, 2011
Running time:145 minutes
Cast:Imran Khan, Katrina Kaif, Ali Zafar
Director:Ali Abbas Zafar
Writer:Ali Abbas Zafar
Distributor:Yash Raj Films

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Description: "Mere Brother Ki Dulhan" is a quirky romantic comedy set in the world of the upper middle class in Northern India. Kush Agnihotri is looking for the ideal Indian bride for his brother Luv Agnihotri 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, 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.

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