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Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India!

Oh Darling Yeh Hai India (English: Oh Darling! This is India) is a 1995 Indian musical parody film directed by Ketan Mehta, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepa Sahi, Jaaved Jaffrey and Amrish Puri. It also stars Anupam Kher in a supporting role.

Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India
Oh Darling Yeh Hai India poster.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed byKetan Mehta
Produced byKetan Mehta
Written byParvati Balagopalan
StarringShah Rukh Khan
Deepa Sahi
Jaaved Jaffrey
Anupam Kher
Amrish Puri
Sanjai Mishra
Music byRanjit Barot
Distributed byKetan Metha Productions
Release date
  • 11 August 1995 (1995-08-11)
Budget2.25 Crore [1]

This film was highly regarded by critics as a smart and evocative satire of Bollywood cinema conventions. The rights of this film are now owned by Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment.[2]


Plot summaryEdit

Don Quixote (Amrish Puri) is a don who plans on selling India in a widely publicised auction. His plan is simple — kidnap the president (Anupam Kher), replace him with a lookalike (also Anupam Kher), throw a scare and "force" the fake president to sell India. Hero (Shahrukh Khan) is new to Mumbai and broke. Miss India (Deepa Sahi) is busy living it up the night she meets Hero. They meet and decide to spend the night entertaining each other in any way possible.

Meanwhile, Don Quixote's son Prince (Javed Jaffrey) has set his eyes on Miss India, who shows no interest in him. The night turns out to be an adventurous one for Hero and Miss India. Hero discovers that Miss India's father is a drunkard who wants her to enter prostitution, while Miss India discovers that Hero has a brain tumor. When they find out Quixote's plans, they decide to save the president.

Quixote is killed and Prince takes his throne. Prince decides to continue his father's plan. Some people previously rescued by Hero and Miss India kill the fake president, pushing a hose in his mouth, causing to inflate his stomach and explode. Prince suddenly makes an entry with his henchmen. Hero, Miss India, and their friends successfully overpower the cronies. When Prince attacks Hero and Miss India, causing to smash the glass, Hero and Miss India create a parachute, taken from Prince's body. During the jump, Prince falls to his death. At the time they land over a bus's roof, Hero declares that he is glad to be alive. When Miss India reminds him that he has a brain tumor, Hero tells her that the X-ray she saw was taken a year and a half ago.



# Title Singer(s)
1 "Tujh Pe Marta Hoon" Ranjit Barot, Alisha Chinai
2 "Par Mila" Shankar Mahadevan
3 "Aaja Aaja" Hema Sardesai, Antara Choudhary, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
4 "Raat Hai Qayamat" Shweta Shetty
5 "Khullam Khulla" Shankar Mahadevan, Hema Sardesai
6 "Choo Le Ne De" Shankar Mahadevan, Hema Sardesai
7 "Oh Darling Yeh Hai India" Shankar Mahadevan, Hema Sardesai, Raghuveer Yadav
8 "Main Hoon Kaun" Vinod Rathod
9 "Public Ko Hasao" Shankar Mahadevan, Sudesh Bhosle
10 "Baap Re Baap" Javed Jaffrey, Shankar Mahadevan
11 "Pyar Bechti Hoon" Hema Sardesai

Critical receptionEdit

The film had a different content. So the film received an overwhelming positive response. The Film was liked by the upper strata. It was a cult satire.


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  2. ^ "Red Chillies Entertainments". Retrieved 2016-09-30.

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