Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
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No. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is a road film, where the lead characters embark on a bachelor road trip in Spain for an adventure of their choice. The only similarity is the basic premise, that is the lead characters going on a bachelor trip.

The poems that are recited in the background by Imraan (Farhan Akhtar) will be the part of the special edition disc of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, that will be released in near future, according to Farhan Akhtar.

Alternatively, the lyrics of the poems can be found here.

Birkin bag by Herms, which is named after famous actress and singer Jane Birkin.

The movie ends with Kabir making a pact to tell Natasha that he is not ready for the marriage if he's alive. Though the movie ends with the Kabir, Imraan and Arjun running with the Bulls, in the song "Sooraj Ki Baahon" which is shown as an epilogue during the end credits, Natasha is seen with another guy at Arjun's and Laila's wedding, which strongly indicates that she has broken up with Kabir.

Song and dance sequences are common in Bollywood movies to portray feelings of love, happiness, or other emotions. The dance scene is shown as an epilogue to the film, where all six of the lead characters appear to be dancing at the wedding of Arjun and Laila. The song could also be a homage to Bollywood, ending the film on a joyous note, in a stereotypical way, as in many Bollywood films.

Initially, they had planned to visit Barcelona and Costa Brava (for deep sea diving), Seville (for sky diving), and Pamplona (for the bull run), but they also visited Buol to attend the La Tomatina festival, due to the persuasion of Laila. Also the town of Ronda is shown in the film.


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