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* MeanCharacterNiceActor: Kabir, Aisha's boss, is pretty much a pretentious douche. His actor, Rahul Khanna, (if his twitter is anything to go by) is quite witty and charming.

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* FunnyCharacterBoringActor: Ranbir Kapoor claims to be completely different from Sid.



* TypeCasting: Ranbir Kapoor and Konkona Sen Sharma as a spazzy manchild and a responsible career woman, respectively. (Thankfully, the script negates some of the predictability.)


* HollywoodHomely: When this movie was first announced in 2008, there were many reports that the plot would be about a hot guy falling in love with an ugly woman. This hypohetical plot appears to have been entirely made up due to the appearances of the actor and actress in question. Never mind that Konkona Sen Sharma is pretty much smokin'.
** Thankfully, the director quickly came to the defense of Konkona Sen Sharma, and there is no attempt to depict Aisha as ugly in the movie itself. Therefore, this qualifies for a trope aversion.


''Wake Up Sid'' is a 2009 {{Bollywood}} movie directed by newcomer Ayan Mukherji, produced by Karan Johar, and starring RanbirKapoor and KonkonaSenSharma. The low-key plot follows spoiled rich kid Sid Mehra's attempts to mature and make his way in the world after his parents cut him off from the family wealth. During this time he befriends and becomes the roommate of Aisha, a determined young woman, who is similarly trying to find a career in Mumbai. Together they deal with the issues that arise from living together, find jobs they are content with and come to terms with their growing romantic attraction to one another.

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''Wake Up Sid'' is a 2009 {{Bollywood}} UsefulNotes/{{Bollywood}} movie directed by newcomer Ayan Mukherji, produced by Karan Johar, and starring RanbirKapoor and KonkonaSenSharma. The low-key plot follows spoiled rich kid Sid Mehra's attempts to mature and make his way in the world after his parents cut him off from the family wealth. During this time he befriends and becomes the roommate of Aisha, a determined young woman, who is similarly trying to find a career in Mumbai. Together they deal with the issues that arise from living together, find jobs they are content with and come to terms with their growing romantic attraction to one another.

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