Cast Katrina Kaif as Dimple "D" Dixit
Imran Khan as Kush Agnihotri
Ali Zafar as Luv Agnihotri
Tara D'Souza as Piyali Patel
Sufi Malhotra as Robin
Parikshit Sahni as Colonel Swarnik Agnihotri
Kanwaljit Singh as Dilip Dixit
Suparna Marwah as Kanak Agnihotri
Karmveer Choudhary as Hariyanvi girl's father
Marhu Sheikh as Lata Dixit
Arfeen Khan as Ajay Dixit
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub as Shobhit
Tariq Vasudeva as Rohit
Brijendra Kala as Salman Bhai
John Abraham in a special appearance as himself
Iain Fraser as Scottish tourist pushing airport cart
Kyra Dutt in a special song appearance in the title track
Mere Brother Ki Dulhan (transl. My brother's bride) is a 2011 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy film written and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar in his directorial debut and produced by Aditya Chopra under Yash Raj Films and featuring Katrina Kaif (Race), Imran Khan (Kidnap), Ali Zafar and Tara D'Souza as leads. Post the trailer launch on 23 July 2011 followed by promotions, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan was theatrically released on 9 September 2011 at an approximate investment of â‚¹210 million (US$2.8 million) and earned â‚¹856 million (US$11 million) worldwide.
Plot After breaking up with his girlfriend, Piyali Patel in London, Luv Agnihotri insists his younger brother Kush, an assistant film director and photographer in Mumbai, to find him a bride. Kush reaches home to meet his army veteran father, Col. (Retd.) Swank Agnihotri and homemaker mother Kanak and travels with them all over India to find a bride suitable for Luv but in vain. His friends come up with an idea to advertise this in a newspaper. A certain Dilip Dixit from Agra responds to the advertisement, claiming that he is looking for a suitable groom for his daughter. However, when Kush travels with his parents to Agra to meet the Dixit family, he is shocked to find out that the prospective bride is none other than Dimple "D" Dixit, who he had previously met during a chance encounter on a college outing five years ago.
Obnoxious and loud, Dimple is everything that Kush is not, but he pleads not to create a scene and asks her to consider the alliance. After meeting Luv, Dimple agrees to marry him. Her brother Ajay wants them to get married at a place in Agra from where the Taj Mahal is visible. However, during the wedding preparations, Kush realizes he has feelings for Dimple, and she initially responds by slapping him as to why he didn't tell her before. Later, they try to elope, but it doesn't work out, and they return, planning to distract Luv. Eventually, on the eve of the wedding, Dimple brings Piyali, a mutual friend, to Agra, and Luv, figuring out he still has feelings for Piyali, elopes the next day. They get married according to religious customs, with Luv sending letters to the Agnihotri and Dixit families explaining the reasons behind his elopement.
After reading the letters, Dilip and Swarnik have a bitter fight but figure th