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Balle Balle! From Amritsar To L A Hindi Dubbed Full Movie

Balle Balle! From Amritsar to L A: A Bollywood Twist on Pride and Prejudice

Balle Balle! From Amritsar to L A is the Hindi dubbed version of the 2004 romantic comedy film Bride and Prejudice, directed by Gurinder Chadha and starring Aishwarya Rai, Martin Henderson, Anupam Kher, and Naveen Andrews. The film is a loose adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel Pride and Prejudice, set in modern-day India, England, and the United States.

Plot Summary

The film follows the story of the Bakshi family, who live in Amritsar, Punjab. The parents, Chaman and Manorama, are eager to find suitable husbands for their four daughters: Jaya, Lalita, Lakhi, and Maya. They are especially hopeful when they receive a proposal from the wealthy Bingley family for their eldest daughter, Jaya.


At a lavish wedding party, Jaya meets and falls in love with Balraj Bingley, a charming NRI (non-resident Indian) from London. Balraj is accompanied by his friend William Darcy, a handsome but arrogant American hotel tycoon. Darcy clashes with Lalita, the second daughter, who is outspoken and independent. She dislikes his snobbish attitude and his prejudice against India.

The Bakshis are invited to Goa by the Bingleys, where Lalita meets Johnny Wickham, a friendly and charming British soldier. She is attracted to him and invites him to visit her family in Amritsar. However, Darcy warns her that Wickham is not trustworthy and has a shady past.

Meanwhile, Manorama tries to arrange a marriage between Lalita and Mr. Kohli, a nerdy and obnoxious NRI from Los Angeles. Lalita rejects him and he ends up marrying Chandra Lamba, a friend of the Bakshis.

Lalita is heartbroken when she learns that Balraj has returned to London without proposing to Jaya. She blames Darcy for influencing him and breaking her sister's heart. She also discovers that Wickham has eloped with Lakhi, the youngest daughter, who is naive and rebellious.

The Bakshis travel to California to attend Kohli's wedding, with a stopover in London to meet Balraj. However, they find out that he is not available and has gone to New York. They also encounter Darcy again, who confesses his love for Lalita and proposes to her. She rejects him angrily, accusing him of ruining her sister's happiness and supporting Wickham's betrayal.

Lalita later learns the truth from Darcy's sister Georgiana: Darcy had nothing to do with Balraj's decision; he actually tried to persuade him to propose to Jaya. He also reveals that Wickham had seduced Georgiana when she was 15 and tried to elope with her for her money. He then abandoned her when Darcy intervened. Darcy also tells Lalita that he has found Wickham and Lakhi in Los Angeles and has arranged their marriage.

Lalita realizes that she has misjudged Darcy and that she loves him too. She apologizes to him and accepts his proposal. Balraj also reunites with Jaya and proposes to her. The film ends with a double wedding of Lalita and Darcy, and Jaya and Balraj, in Amritsar.





Aishwarya Rai

Lalita Bakshi

The protagonist; the second daughter of the Bakshis; based on Elizabeth Bennet

Martin Henderson

William Darcy

The love interest of Lalita; an American hotel tycoon; based on Fitzwilliam Darcy

Anupam Kher

Chaman Bakshi

The father of the Bakshi sisters; based on Mr. Bennet

Nadira Babbar

Manorama Bakshi

The mother of the Bakshi sisters; based on Mrs. Bennet

Namrata Shirodkar

Jaya Bakshi

The eldest daughter of the Bakshis; based on Jane Bennet

Naveen Andrews

Balraj Bingley

The love interest of Jaya; a wealthy NRI from London; based on Charles Bingley

Indira Varma

Kiran Bingley

The sister of Balraj; based on Caroline Bingley

Meghna Kothari

Lakhi Bakshi

The youngest daughter of the Bakshis; based on Lydia Bennet

Peeya Rai Choudhuri

Maya Bakshi

The third daughter of the Bakshis; based on Mary Bennet

Daniel Gillies

Johnny Wickham

The villain; a British soldier who elopes with Lakhi; based on George Wickham

Nitin Ganatra

Mr. Kohli

A comic relief; an NRI from Los Angeles who tries to marry Lalita; based on Mr. Collins

Sonali Kulkarni

Chandra Lamba

A friend of the Bakshis who marries Mr. Kohli; based on Charlotte Lucas

Reviews and Reception

Balle Balle! From Amritsar to L A received mixed reviews from critics and audiences. Some praised the film for its colorful and vibrant musical numbers, its cross-cultural humor, and its charming performances by the lead actors. Others criticized the film for its weak script, its clichéd portrayal of India and the West, and its deviation from the original novel.

The film was a moderate success at the box office, grossing $24 million worldwide against a budget of $7 million. It was also nominated for several awards, including a Golden Globe for Best Original Song for "Dola Re Dola" by A.R. Rahman. The film has since gained a cult following among fans of Bollywood and Jane Austen.

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