While recovering from an assassination attempt four days before his coronation, a stern prince is replaced by a romantic lookalike.


Sooraj R. Barjatya


Sooraj R. Barjatya (story and screenplay), Aash Karan Atal (dialogue)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Salman Khan ... Prem Dilwale / Yuvraj Vijay Singh
Sonam Kapoor ... Maithili
Neil Nitin Mukesh ... Yuvraj Ajay Singh
Deepak Dobriyal ... Kanhaiya
Arman Kohli ... Chirag Singh
Swara Bhaskar ... Chandrika
Aashika Bhatia Aashika Bhatia ... Radhika
Deepraj Rana ... Sanjay
Manoj Joshi ... Bhandari
Sanjay Mishra ... Chaubey Ji
Samaira Rao ... Sameera
Anupam Kher ... Diwan
Suhasini Mulay ... DadI (Grandmother of Rajkumari Maithili)
Sameer Dharmadhikari ... Vijay's Father
Prem Khan ... Masuri Ji


A conspiracy to eliminate Prince Vijay, just days before his coronation, is hatched by his younger brother who eyes the throne, its riches, and its power. Prem, a lookalike of the prince, steps in at this point only to lose his heart to the prince's beloved, Maithili. Written by Mikhail Hussain

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This movie marks the reunion of the successful duo of superstar Salman Khan and director Sooraj Barjatya after a long gap of 15 years. See more »


Bhai fell from a cliff, got a brain injury but not a scratch on the face. And then everything gets patched up without even leaving any scar marks in a matter of days. See more »


Yuvraj Ajay Singh: You're lucky you don't have an elder brother to whom you're always compared.
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Remake of The Prisoner of Zenda (1952) See more »


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Felt Like I Was Watching an Indian Serial...Terrible Even for Salman Khan
18 December 2015 | by sinecostantrigSee all my reviews

It is tough for me to even give 2/10 to this movie. The entire movie had roughly 45 minutes of content, but was 3 hours long. The movie progressed at a very slow pace, and the direction style was very similar to how serials are directed in India (yuck). Everything was overdramatized, and I'm surprised I didn't internally combust while watching this expensively made crap put on a screen. Apart from Bhajrangi Bhaijaan, all Salman Khan movies have been the same for the past 10 years, and most of them have been pretty bad. Props to Salman for doing something different than the stereotypical mindless action movies he does, but this was probably his worst movie in the past 10 years (yes even worse than his typical mindless action movies). Salman may get to a point where he can act and make good movies one day, but this will be one of the biggest stains on his record.

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Release Date:

12 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Found a Treasure Called Love See more »

Filming Locations:

Mumbai, India See more »


Box Office


INR1,800,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$2,425,585, 15 November 2015

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Production Co:

Rajshri Productions See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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