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The number of the ricksahw that Sid takes to go home after getting the job at Mumbai Beat is different when he reaches his own house, instead of the Chapel road house...
In the scene where Ranbir Kapoor is sitting in his dad's office for the first time and is talking on the phone, he says a line from dil chahta hai which was originally spoken in Dil Chahta Hai by Aamir Khan to Saif Ali Khan. The line is "Arre usne teri khuddari ko lalkara hai yaar. Kya kar raha hai, mard ban!! Be a man!!'
The day Sid has to leave Aisha's home to go back to his family, he brings a gift for her wrapped in green paper. In the 1st scene, it is a very small box, but when she refuses the gift, Sid is holding a much bigger green box!!!!!
Karan Johar used Bombay instead of Mumbai and invited flak from Thakeray, but not wanting to get into controversy quickly apologised to save his skin
The film got delayed three month during post production when Ranbir Kapoor grew a beard for a role in Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009), therefore, he was unavailable to shoot some of the patch up scenes.
Konkona Sen Sharma lost weight for her role after Karan Johar requested it. However, once the shooting schedule ended, she gained it all back, so she was requested to lose the weight once again for some of the patch up scenes.
The movie is full of humourous moments. In one such scene, Sid is seen negotiating with his father, he ultimately negotiates a deal - he will gain the use of his dad's car, if he attends his dad's office for 30 days, startng from the next day!
Ayan Mukherji, the debutant director of Wake Up Sid, belongs to the famous Mukherji family and is related to both Rani Mukherji and Kajol.
Karan Johar's production 'Wake Up Sid' clashes with David Dhawan's 'Do Knot Disturb' on 2nd Oct'09. The last time that the same thing had happened was a decade ago, in 1998, David Dhawan's Bade Miya Chhote Miya was released on the same day as Karan Johar's Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. Both the films went on to become hits though!
This film marks the end of the collaboration between Dharma Productions (Karan Johar) and Yash Raj Films (Yash Chopra).
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