Come Fall In Love is in Development

Come Fall In Love Summary

  • Show Status: In Development
  • Genre: Musical
  • Come Fall In Love is 115 minutes long, including an intermission of 15 minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Show Closes: Open ended

Based on the acclaimed 1995 Bollywood film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, two young Indian-Americans fall in love during a vacation through Europe, but face challenges at home when they decide to marry

Come Fall In Love on Broadway Background

Widely known by its full name Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, and its initials DDLJ, the original 1995 Bollywood film was helmed by first-time-director Aditya Chopra. The Broadway show is also be directed by Chopra, which is another first for him.

DDLJ Movie and Creative Team

The DDLJ movie became one of the highest grossing and longest-running movies in the history of the India’s film industry. To date the movie has grossed over $32 Million.

The Indian and US-based creative team includes a number of Indian songwriters and writers. This adaptation from a successful Bollywood movie to stage show is a first on Broadway.

What's Come Fall In Love Like?

In a classic Romeo and Juliet formula, but in a true Bollywood style, Rog and Simran fall in love when they meet on a trip across Europe. They are both Indian-American, but they still come from different worlds.

Rog and his family lives in NYC and his parents have very liberal attitudes towards marriage, love and Indian traditions. Simran's Indian family in Chicago is very strict and we come to find out that she has been promised to another man in an arranged marriage back in India.

The two fall in love in their European trip and trouble ensues, Multiple circumstances threaten to keep the two apart. The two must battle familial obligations and extreme parental meddling if they are to be able to be together and at what cost to family and their own futures. Maybe love is not what it is cut out to be and an arranged marriage may just be better all around.

Is Come Fall In Love Good for Kids?

The show contains little adult content, but may only be appropriate for children over 16 years of age.


Adam Zotovich

Production Credits

Rob Ashford
Associate Choreographer
Shruti Merchant
Set Designer
Derek McLane
Duncan Stewart
Shanoo Sharma

Creative Team

Vishal Dadlani & Shekhar Ravjiani
Book and Lyrics
Neil Benjamin