Harish Kumar Patel lives with his mom and dad in Valsad, Gujarat, India, where he is studying Electronic Engineering. His dad, Satish Kumar, wants him to re-locate to the U.S., live with the Bakshis, study, and marry the girl of his choice. Harish must first go through the blessings of an Astrologer, Bholey Shankar Maharaj, who blesses him, informs him that he will meet a girl whose name will start with "P", who he will marry. An overly excited Harish travels all the way to Houston, Texas, U.S. where he is met fondly by the Bakshi family, consisting of Mrs. and Dr. Bakshi, Mohan, and Deepu. In keeping with the fear and paranoia after the September 11 attacks, Mrs. Bakshi has made it a practice to place American flags in the front pockets of her sons, and she does it now for Harish as well. Mohan is around Harish's age and shows him around the campus. Harish meets with a beautiful Malyalee girl, Priya, and falls in love with her. But things do not go as planned when Harish finds out ...
28 May 2004 (India)
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Also Known As:
Dude, Where's the Party?
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Opening Weekend USA: $48,832,
7 September 2003, Limited Release
Gross USA: $48,832, 7 September 2003
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The film is based on Sunil Thakkar's own experiences running and throwing parties for the Music Masala radio station, and having to discriminate between "Fresh off the Boat" Indians and the more fashionable, hip, Americanized Indians. Ironically enough, Thakkar's character in the film is exactly the type of person he barred from parties in those days. See more
I was looking at your statements.
What statements?... What statements have you have?... Your credit card statements. $400 for car speakers. $1800 for rims. $80 at Starbucks... When your mom makes the best masala chaia, you're spending $80 for coffee.
References Dude, Where's My Car?