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The Ae Dil Hai Mushkil story: LEAKED!

Last updated on: October 27, 2016 18:34 IST
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Okay, we're kidding.

But we have read so much about the controversy surrounding Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that we're totally curious about what the story is really about!

Does Ranbir Kapoor have to choose between Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma?

Why does it come to that and whom does he choose?

We decided to come up with our own version of the story.

So before you watch the film when it releases in theatres on October 28, here's a look at what we've pieced together.



There's a girl and a guy, of course.

He has major feelings for her and loves whatever she does.

Can't even take his eyes off her.


But he ends up getting 'friendzoned.'


He asks her out on a date and tries some sympathy seeking, hoping it works.


And Voila! It works!


She promises to be around whenever he needs her.


He doesn't miss a chance to get close to her.


And then, the ugly truth raises its head.

She's already got a boyfriend!



She tries to sort things out, but he's not in the mood.


Boyfriend sees the two of them together and gets mad.


Cue for sad song.


The best way to nurse a broken heart?

Go to the nearest bar.

And get hold of the cutest girl.



They click and he can't stop impressing her.


She can't keep her hands -- and mouth -- away from him!


All's well in his world again.


Until he bumps into his ex at a wedding.


And dances with her!


Guess what? She's broken up with her guy. And she turns to his shoulder to lean on.


She meets his new girlfriend and gives her the look.


'But who should I really be with?' he wonders.


Think. Think Think.


Got it!


'I knew it was you all along,' he says.

And that's called a happy ending!

Disclaimer: This is a satirical feature. Readers are requested to take the content with lots of salt.
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