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Dil Maange More!!! (2004)

Nikhil, a simple naive young man, twice fails in his quest for love. Will he be third time lucky?


Kiran Kotrial (additional dialogue), Ananth Narayan Mahadevan (story) (as Anant Mahadevan) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Shahid Kapoor ... Nikhil Mathur
Ayesha Takia ... Shagun
Tulip Joshi ... Sara
Soha Ali Khan ... Neha
Gulshan Grover ... Manager A.R. Rahman
Zarina Wahab ... Shagun's mother
Kanwaljit Singh ... Neha's father (as Kanwaljit)
A.K. Hangal ... Self
Hiten Paintal Hiten Paintal ... Sara's fiancé
Smita Jaykar ... Nikhil's mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prakash Agarwal Prakash Agarwal
Anmol Anmol
Ramakant Archrekar Ramakant Archrekar ... (as R.S. Archrekar)
Rohit Bali Rohit Bali
Dhawan Dhawan


Nikhil is a simple young man . He loves his hometown Samarpur , football matches , and the college his grandfather passed down to him as a legacy . Therefore when his girlfriend Neha tells him that if the wants to marry her he should leave Samarpur , Nikhil is dumbfounded . Neha secures admission in one of the prestigious air hostess training institutes in Mumbai . Nikhil travels all the way from Samarpur to Mumbai to bring Neha back , but Neha refuses to go back as she wants to build her career . Nikhil stays in Mumbai , hoping that one day Neha will understand his love for her and return with him . During his stay , two more girls come in his life - Sara , who works in the same music store with him ; and Shagun , Nikhil's hot-tempered neighbour . Will Nikhil be able to find his true love among these three girls? Written by Soumitra

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The film was previously titled " Mohabbat Ki Kii Kiii". See more »


References Veer-Zaara (2004) See more »

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Wacky film
14 March 2005 | by AishFanSee all my reviews

This is one of those movies that is so stupid that it leaves you laughing the entire time. I'll admit that there were a few funny parts. What's nice about this movie is that it maintains a light-hearted atmosphere. There is no unnecessary drama. Songs are nice. Shahid Kapoor sure has some good dancing skills. But the story! The story seems like it was written in 15 minutes while the writer was drunk! Towards the end of the movie, I was like, This move is completely ridiculous. Then came the climax. This movie has the most hotchpotch climax I have ever seen. It was so weird I burst out with laughter. Strangely enough, this movie is an enjoyable experience just because it's so dumb.

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31 December 2004 (India) See more »

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