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Trying to find name of a movie

Trying to find name of a movie, in which east indian boy fell in love with british girl (or may be from Ireland). I saw that movie I guess somewhere between 2004-2008. They were in culinary institute outside India. In one shot, their teacher asked them to make salad and boy did good. Later they fell in love but girl parents won't allow etc

The starcast was fairly new I believe but it was good movie and will like to see again if I can find name.
asked Mar 7, 2017 in Name That Movie by mohitsingla (1 point)
Was it in english?
no it was in Hindi if i recall. Might be dual language
Longshot (since most of the plot doesn't fit your description)
The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) ?
thanks for coming back. I found the name. "Dil jo bhi Kahe". Was shot in Mauritius, that thought came to my mind and rest google did.
Glad you found the answer :-)

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"Dil Jo Bhi Kahey..." (2005)

Found out by user mohitsingla in the comments.
answered Aug 30, 2019 by casspir (19,046 points)