Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge

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Dhoondte Reh Jaoge
Dhoondte Reh Jaoge Poster.JPG
The movie poster
Directed by Umesh Shukla
Produced by Ronnie Screwvala
Starring Kunal Khemu
Soha Ali Khan
Sonu Sood
Paresh Rawal
Music by Sajid-Wajid
Distributed by UTV Motion Pictures
Release date
  • 6 March 2009 (2009-03-06)
Running time
131 minutes
Country India
Language Hindi
Box office 120 million (US$1.7 million)

Dhoondte Reh Jaoge (Hindi: ढूंढते रह जाओगे, English: You Will Keep on Searching) is a 2009 Bollywood comedy film produced by UTV Motion Pictures, starring Sonu Sood, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Khemu, and Paresh Rawal, released 6 March 2009 in India,[1] and 20 March 2009, in the United States. The film is directed by Umesh Shukla and produced by Ronnie Screwvala.[2] The music was composed by duo Sajid-Wajid.[3] The concept of creating a flop film in order to make money is adapted from the Mel Brooks film The Producers. The film was declared a hit by boxoffice India.

Another movie with the same name was made in 1998 that was directed by Kumar Bhatia.[4]


Set in Mumbai, the film starts with Raj (Paresh Rawal), a good-for-nothing movie director who has released certain films, but none of them ever do well at the box office. He gets threatened by his landlords that if he does not pay them on time, he will be homeless. While chartered accountant Anand (Kunal Khemu) tries to cheer up his girlfriend Neha (Soha Ali Khan) on her birthday. Neha is another useless wannabe actress who Anand takes to a 5-star restaurant for her birthday. Raj meets Ratan (Asrani) at the restaurant. Ratan is the manager of famous Bollywood actor Aryan Kapoor (Sonu Sood), and Raj has come to see Ratan to sign a movie deal with Aryan.

Raj and Ratan buy as much food as they can, and put the bill on Anand, who can not pay for it all that is why he is sent to jail. When he comes out, Anand is eager for revenge, and sees Raj shoplifting. Raj goes over to Aryan and Ratan, and right when he gets the movie contract papers out, Inspector Avtar Gill shows up and arrests Raj for shoplifting, which was recorded by Anand. Raj escapes from jail only to get his movie deal signed, and when Raj is attacked, he is saved by Anand. Anand and Raj come up with a movie plan together, to put money on the movie, ONLY if it is a flop, but if it is a hit, then that's their loss. They collect a lot of money and pretend to be rich and wealthy men to show off in front of Aryan, who signs the papers, and gets in the movie. Anand and Raj have to try to make the movie as bad as they can to get their share on money, but they don't know that each of them has a different plan.

They borrow money from Assassins, who make a deal, if the movie flops then the Assassins will be pleased, but if it is a hit they will get murdered. They use Neha for the actress role, because Anand knows that with Neha in the film if would definitely be a flop. While the movie is filming, they tell Asharraff (Johnny Lever) to be the writer, who mixes up Sholay, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Gadar, and Lagaan (in that order). At the premier, the film is declared as a "hit" and the assassins get ready to kill them both. When Raj is about to escape with the money, he finds that Anand has already looted all the money. Both on the run, meet each other while looking for a hiding place, and both decide there is no better place to hide than Jail itself. The two run in jail for making a fraud film and looting money. Once they come out of jail, the two embrace friendship, and Neha finally marries to Anand, the two get married and Raj and Anand get thinking about creating a real movie.


Actor/Actress Role
Paresh Rawal Raj Chopra
Kunal Khemu CA Anand Pawar
Soha Ali Khan Neha
Sonu Sood Aryan Kapoor
Dilip Joshi Mama Nautanki
Deepal Shaw Lulu - Secretary
Hrishita Bhatt Riya
Johnny Lever Parvez Asharraff
Asrani Ratanji
Razak Khan Usman Khujli


  1. Dhoondte Reh Jaaoge - Sonu Nigam
  2. Pal Yeh Aane Wala Pal - Neeraj Shridhar
  3. Salma-O-Salma - Palash Sen
  4. I Am Falling In Love - Wajid
  5. Nako-Re-Nako - Wajid, Javed Ali
  6. Apne Ko Paisa Chahiye - Wajid, Sowmya Raoh
  7. Instrumental - Sajid


  1. ^ Maheshwari, Pratik. Dhoondte Reh Jaoge (review), RealBollywood.com, 6 March 2009
  2. ^ "Dhoondte Reh Jaoge". Dhoondte Reh Jaoge in production.
  3. ^ "Salman Khan returns with Sajid-Wajid". Sajid-Wajid as music directors of Dhoondte Reh Jaoge.
  4. ^ "Dhoondte Reh Jaoge".

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