Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)
Hero making a fool of bridegroom to marry the bride.
song "Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya"
a husband sings "Aei meri zohra jabeen" to his wife in both films
Anju's father begins to sing "Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna" when he imagines marrying Anju's nurse.
Every time Himani Shivpuri goes to talk to Tiku Talsania the title music of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge is playing at the background
Indravadan Sarabhai (Satish Shah) played Cookie Sharma's (Mandira Bedi) father in DDLJ (1994). As you see towards the end of this episode, 'history repeats itself.'
When a little girl accidently bump into Arjun you can hear "Tudje Dekha " as background music, in the end of the scene Arjun says "I'm coming Simran, I'm coming" .
The song "Tujhe Dekha To" plays when Sastri and Sania meet.
The constable says his brother worked in the film
At the wedding party a man called Malhotra played by Anupam Kher proposes to Isha's father to marry his daughter to his son called Raj. Isha's father asks if Raj wasn't supposed to marry Simran. Malhotra answers that Simran ran away before the wedding, and adds: "I wish she had missed the train". Later Raj appears and the character is played by Shahrukh Khan. When Raj is calling his father, his telefon ring is the well-known song of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
title is a part of the song lyrics as the hero throws the heroine over his shoulder in a homage to the film poster
Posters are seen, Mahi has seen the film 17 times and is in love with its hero, Raj claims to have fallen asleep while watching it, other characters mention the film and Ranbir Kapoor imitates Shahrukh Khan's dancing for "Tujhe Dekha To" in the "Small Town Girl" song,
DDLJ is mentined
Veena (Amrut Subhash) sings along to "Mere Khwabon Mein" as she imitates Kajol's towel dance from DDLJ
When Rohan and Veera are putting on the play and Rohan makes his entrance, he plays "Tujhe Dekha To" and even has on the same outfit as Shahrukh Khan did in DDLJ.
The Genie says that if Jasmine turns around, then she loves Aladin. Just as Raj did with Simran.
a boy plays the DDLJ theme song on a guitar
Gelato and Al reminisce about watching this movie when they were little
Balu and Maha Lakshmi are referred to as Shahrukh & Kajol. The movies sound track plays in the background.
in a reversal of roles a bride pulls Imran's character on to a train
The group in the train were singing together a part of the song Mehndi Laga KeRakhna from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, sung by Sharukh Khan character , playback singers: Lata Mangeshkar and Udit Narayan
The main characters use the movie title as a code word
In the petrol bunk, the song 'Tujhe Dekha To' plays in the background as Naresh dreams about his lover
referenced by character
J.P Singh mentions having watched the film
Meenakshi lists DDLJ as one of her favorite films
Used in a conversation / boarding the train scene is referenced
In the train Meena talks to Rahul by singing Tuje Dekha with her own words
The song Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye is used for Sonia's introduction
"Bade bade sharome aisi choti choti bate" dialogue
movie poster featured; character sings "Tujhe Dekha To Yeh Jaana Sanam"
Film's instrumental theme can be heard as the protagonist ringtone.
Ashar imitates Amresh Puri from DDLJ climax scene
movie played in the theatre
A song from the film plays during a wedding ceremony.
a clip is featured
Poster for the film is seen when Tusshar auditions
The song 'Tujhe Dekha' is Akilan's ringtone
Clips seen and discussed
Movie is shown playing on TV
Movie is playing on TV
Documentary about this film
Seen at theatre.
During a song sequence, a scene from this movie is re-enacted by the male and female leads.
The train sequence is spoofed.
The movie within a movie spoofs the hit Indian film
The student film "Mehndi laga ke rakhna", being shot in the first segment of LSD "Superhit Pyar", is a parody of DDLJ
The train sequence from DDLJ is spoofed when Rahul has to lend his hand so that Meena and her kidnappers can get on the train.
The songs play from this film
Shahrukh says his famous dialogue "Badi badi desho mein" but referring to punches in his fight.