Dil Maange More Released on 31 December 2004


Directed by Anant Mahadevan
Produced by Nikhil Panchamiya
Written by Anant Mahadevan
Javed Siddiqui
Kiran Kotrial
Starring Shahid Kapoor
Soha Ali Khan
Ayesha Takia
Tulip Joshi
Music by Himesh Reshammiya
Vikey Goswani
Cinematography Amit Roy
Edited by Sanjib Datta
Release dates
  • 31 December 2004
Running time
123 min
Country India
Language Hindi



  • Shahid Kapoor as Nikhil Mathur
  • Ayesha Takia as Shagun
  • Soha Ali Khan as Neha
  • Tulip Joshi as Sarah
  • Gulshan Grover as A. R. Rehman
  • Zarina Wahab as Shagun’s Mother


Dil Maange More is the narrative of Nikhil Mathur’s (Shahid Kapoor) mission for intimate romance. His interests are his town Samarpur and football. He is edgy to experience passionate feelings for one lady however winds up with three ladies in his arms prepared to swear undying affection for him.

He is first appeared in adoration with Neha (Soha Ali Khan), his better half of four years. Neha, an aggressive young lady, leaves their town to go toMumbai to wind up a flight chaperon. Nikhil tails her to bring her back. In Mumbai, Nikhil chances upon Shagun (Ayesha Takia). In spite of the fact that the two go separate ways, destiny has something else in store for them, as he begins living over Shagun’s home. The following day, Nikhil tries to persuade Neha to return; he doesn’t succeed. As it would turn out, he handles an occupation in a music store, which is controlled by A.R. Rehman (a spoof of A.R. Rahman) (Gulshan Grover), precisely inverse the establishment where Neha is preparing. There, he meets associate Sarah (Tulip Joshi) . Nikhil continues attempting to persuade Neha however just gets dismissal. He in the long run winds up becoming hopelessly enamored with Sarah too.

Be that as it may, Sarah’s ex comes and takes her away, which debilitates Nikhil. When he is welcome to Shagun’s home, he understands her PC journal and discovers that she is really infatuated with him. He proposes to Shagun and she acknowledges, however things turn as Neha returns, needing him back. At the point when Shagun sees Neha embracing Nikhil, she leaves, and Nikhil says a final farewell to Neha. A.R. Rehman then sets Shagun up with Nikhil yet Sarah likewise comes, saying she exited her beau for him. She embraces him and once more, Shagun sees them and goes wild.

One day, A.R. Rehman masterminds a gathering at a yacht; every one of the young ladies go to. They contend, and every one of the three fall in the water. Nikhil rapidly goes to help yet just spares Shagun. In the interim, Nikhil, suspecting that he has lost Shagun perpetually, comes back to Samarpur. Shagun at long last understands that Nikhil truly cherishes her and tails him to Samarpur, where the two choose to live there cheerfully many. As Shagun is admitting her adoration, we see Neha, Sarah, and A.R. Rehman saying that their arrangement was fruitful, suggesting that everything was only a demonstration to get Nikhil and Shagun together.


Music of “Dil Maange More” was huge hit. The songs “Aisa Dewana Huwa”, and “Shiqwa Bhi Tumse” composed by Himesh Reshammiya were chart-busters in 2004

  • Gustakh Dil Tere Liye – Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan
  • Aisa Deewana – Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik
  • O Makhna Ve – KK, Sunidhi Chauhan
  • Shiqwa Bhi Tumse – Sonu Nigam
  • Maine Chun Liya – Udit Narayan, Shreya Ghoshal
  • Kubaku Mujhe Tu – Shaan
  • Shiqwa Bhi Tumse (Sad) – Sonu Nigam
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