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Ready (2011)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy | 3 June 2011 (India)
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Set in Thailand and India, a case of mistaken identity leads to love; and a man and his family concoct a grand scheme to win over the hearts of a woman and her greedy conniving uncles.

Director:

Anees Bazmee

Writers:

Rajan Agarwal (screenplay co-writer) (as Rajan Aggarwal), Ikram Akhtar (screenplay) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Salman Khan ... Prem R. Kapoor
Asin Thottumkal ... Pooja Malhotra / Sanjana Singh (as Asin)
Paresh Rawal ... Balidaan 'Baali' Bhardwaj
Mahesh Manjrekar ... Ram Kapoor
Anuradha Patel ... Mrs. Ram Kapoor
Manoj Pahwa ... Prem's Uncle
Manoj Joshi ... Prem's Uncle
Puneet Issar ... Dada Chaudhary
Sharat Saxena ... Suraj Chowdhari
Akhilendra Mishra ... Amar Chowdhari
Arya Babbar ... Veer
Sudesh Lehri ... Lehri
Nikitin Dheer ... Aryan
Rajiv Kachroo
Hemant Pandey ... Chhotey Guruji
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Storyline

In Thailand, Prem is the heir to his family's business empire. His father wants him to get married. But Prem is enjoying bachelorhood, until a case of mixed-up identities leads him to runaway bride Sanjanna. Sanjanna is an orphan and her greedy feuding uncles want to get their hands on her inheritance. Returning to India, Prem and his family concoct a grand scheme to win hearts and take home the bride... Written by L. Hamre

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Genres:

Action | Comedy

Certificate:

Not Rated | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The song Dhinchika Dhinchika was inspired from Salman Khan's earlier film song "Khud Se Har Koi Ruth Hain" from Veergati and Ringa Ringa from Aarya 2. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Mughal-E-Azam (1960) See more »

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Meri Ada Bhi (Ishq Ne Mere)
(uncredited)
Performed by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Tulsi Kumar
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Another racist movie from India
5 June 2011 | by vinnyhhSee all my reviews

Yes, the film has it's funny moments. Some scenery shots are beautiful. If you speak Hindi, you will appreciate the language jokes. What I was shocked about though is the racism in this film. What we are used from Bollywood films is that fair skinned people are the good and pretty ones and dark skinned ones are the bad ones. Here, we even have European girls as background dancers to make it prettier, and real African guys in the beat-up gang to make it look more evil. The scene I walked out on is when someone walks up to a black hotel employee and tell's him "Who are you? Look at yourself. You're so black, that if they'd put you on national TV the entire country's evil will be taken out".


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Country:

India

Language:

Hindi | English

Release Date:

3 June 2011 (India) See more »

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Всегда готов! See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$460,238, 5 June 2011

Gross USA:

$955,148

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$24,663,361
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