What is the name of the song that Raj whistles and plays on the mandolin? I was looking for it on iTunes and couldn't find it. I just watched part of the beginning again. Raj really is annoying at first, but you can see his character develop as he starts to care about Simran. I love his "prayer" in the little church. This is the first point in the movie where I really see him oozing with charm. And it is at a time when he is thinking of her instead of himself. The exchange where Simran tells him she is betrothed I believe shows the amazing talent of SRK. How he looks so sad when she tells him, but when she looks over at him, he instantly changes back into the unserious joking guy. One of the greatest charms of this movie is the relationship between Raj and his Pops. Even though he seems like such a shallow person at the beginning, his love for his dad pre shadows the person he will become in loving Simran. I recognized immediately that the piano playing scene was lifted from the movie Green Card. I do believe this can be pulled off if the new scene is better than the original. And I believe it was successful here. Raj's initial performance was more over the top- even playing with his feet and much more comedic. You could almost see right away that he was doing it for a joke. Then when he played for real, he looked and sounded so good. In Green Card I was left wondering if the guy even could actually play- he just played some chords not a song. Another thing is the actor in Green Card had zero charm. Au contrair, SRK of course! The biggest plus in the DDLJ version is that at the end it goes directly into a song and dance. Pure entertainment.