Dulha Mil Gaya (2010)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Romance, Comedy
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Review Summary: DULHA MIL GAYA is a mix of the above-named films. Like they say in filmi lingo it's old wine in new bottle. So what? How different can a love story.....

Average Critic Rating: (1.81)
Cast: Fardeen Khan , Sushmita Sen , Shahrukh Khan , Mohit Chadda , Ishita Sharma , Johny Lever , Bina Kak , Suchitra Pillai , Viveck Vaswani , Howard Rosemeyer , Parikshat Sahni , Anushka Manchanda , Tara Sharma
Director: Mudassar Aziz
Release Date: 08 Jan 2010

Plot: The film focuses on Donsai ( Fardeen Khan ), the heir to Dhanraj Empire. Donsai is extremely against marriage; and believes one should never ruin his life by getting married. After the passing of his father, Suraj Rattan Dhanraj, the only way to inherit his father's five billion empire company, Read more

Dulha Mil Gaya - Top Reviews

Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express
DULHA MIL GAYA is a mix of the above-named films. Like they say in filmi lingo it's old wine in new bottle. So what? How different can a love story.....
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
verytime Shimmer in yet another over-the-top outfit is on screen, the soundtrack goes Shimmer, Shimmer. And in my favourite moment, when Shah Rukh jumps into the sea to retrieve Shimmer's toy poodle, we hear random sounds of true lover, true lover. The ac
Anupama Chopra, NDTV 
Is this really 2010? Not if you ask the makers of this film that seem stuck in a time warp going by the exotic karva chauth celebrations, a shaadi vs. career debate, a commitment-phobic rich playboy who won’t commit, and the homely girl who finally tames
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Diehard bachelor Fardeen Khan is forced to marry village girl Ishita Sharma to fulfil the demands of his father's billion dollar will. It's left to supermodel Sushmita Sen to make the mismatched marriage actually work by transforming the gaon gi gori into
Nikhat Kazmi, Times of India
All shimmer, no shine
Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand

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Dulha Mil Gaya - All Reviews

Dulha Mil Gaya quite simply- is a film where it is difficult to single out any redeeming quality.
Jahan Bakshi, Now Running
Dulha Mil Gaya is one of those films that you walk in without any expectations. Its been in the making for far too many years and the lead stars hardly arouse any interest of watching the film first day first show. Getting down to introducing the film, it
In fact, My Fair Lady has been a hot favourite of Bollywood. Recall Man Pasand [Dev Anand, Tina Munim] or Hum Tere Aashiq Hain [Jeetendra, Hema Malini]. Similarly, a number of storytellers have rehashed Rajshri''s all-time hit Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaa
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Mudassar Aziz  Lalit Pandit and Pritam (guest composer)  Mudassar Aziz and Kumaar  Fardeen Khan, Sushmita Sen, Shahrukh Khan (Guest Appearance), Mohit Chadda, Tara Sharma, Johny Lever, Bina Kak and Suchitra PillaiDulh
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
Mudassir Aziz is a one man army when it comes to DMG – director, screenplay writer, story writer and even dialogue writer. However, perhaps doing so many tasks at once isn’t recommended. Whilst the first half of the film is rather entertaining and has no
Prathna Tiwari, Bolly Spice
If Tim Burton had to make a desi version of Alice in Wonderland, then it would be as colourful and spaced out as Dulha Mil Gaya.
Tushar Joshi, Mid-Day
Eventually taking about 3 years to shoot, Dulha Mil Gaya was hampered by all manner of delays, and while the extra time could have resulted in a finely distilled film, this offering is a sad muddle throughout. The story lacks oomph, the pace lags early on
Irene Nexica, Planet Bollywood
 Could have been better
Bharat Student
Well, the only highlights in this film are in Fardeen Khan’s hair
HaribabuBolineni, Chirtamala
While others can give it a miss, the fans of Sushmita Sen and Shah Rukh’s cannot afford to do so
K. N. Gupta, Smash Hits
Go Only If You Must
India Glitz
Mudassar Aziz's maiden venture Dulha Mil Gaya has finally been completed.
Preeti Arora, Rediff