Director: Rohit Shetty
Raj who is a mafia member falls in love with Meera unknowingly that Meera is the daughter of his rival gang leader Malik. Raj has an alter ego Kaali who does dangerous works for his father Randhir. When they are on a dangerous mission, the truth is unveiled to both of them. In a gun battle, Randhir and Malik kill one another. Meera and Kaali are separated. Thinking that Kaali has killed her father, Meera starts hating him. Kaali later moves to Goa from Bulgaria. Kaali becomes a peace-loving Raj.
One day in Goa, Veer befriends Ishita by helping her. In the process, he breaks his car, his brother, Raj makes Veer fix his car on his own. The next day, few gang members try to sell drugs at a crab shack and threaten Ishita. Veer beats them up. The gang members come back again to take revenge but Raj stops the fight. Veer later confesses his feelings to Ishita. Raj finds out about their relationship and expresses his desire to meet Ishita's family. It is then when Raj finds out that Ishita is the younger sister of Meera. Rest of the film deals with Veer and Ishita trying to bring Raj and Meera together.
Dilwale received mixed reviews. Dilwale failed to impress the audience at the domestic box office but performed extremely well at the overseas box offices. Being made on a budget of 165 crores, Dilwale collected 408.15 crores at the box office to become the sixth highest grossing Indian film overseas and third highest opener of that year.