Jai's parents, played by Ratna Pathak Shah and Naseeruddin Shah are a real life couple. Their real life knick-knacks are shown in the movie too.
The last shot of the film is on the airport of the arriving crowd. In the shot a man with a big beard is seen sleeping, holding a board in his hand saying "Mr. Godot". This is a reference to Samuel Beckett's famous play "Waiting For Godot" in which "Godot" never arrives.
When Aditi drops Jai at his home in her Chevrolet Spark, the place where she stops and the way she drives in, is exactly the same as the car arrives in the commercial for Chevrolet Spark, at the end.
Director Abbas and actress Punarnava fell in love on the sets of this movie and later got married.
The female version of song 'Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na', sung by 'Runa Rizvi', is not in the original version of the film. But following the success of the film during its first weeks in theaters, the song was temporarily added with Aditi singing the song. The song can be seen in the deleted scenes feature on the DVD.
In the song "Pappu Can't Dance Saala" a line says "Papa kehte hai bada naam karega". "'Papa Kehte Hai" was a song in 'Imran Khan''s uncle Aamir Khan's debut film Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). Also, just as Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) was produced by Aamir Khan's uncle Nasir Hussain, this film, which is Imran Khan's debut film, is produced by his uncles Mansoor Khan and Aamir Khan.
When the group reaches the Airport, Shaleen asks Jiggy if he has confessed his love to Mala. He replies that if he would do that, Mala would give him a 'GPL', which is an abbreviation of a Hindi slang 'Gaand pe laat', which means 'to get ones' a*s kicked'.
In the scene in the club the moment the cowboys enter sitting next to Jai is his future wife Avantika
Apart from the two versions of the title song, the line "Jaane tu ya jaane na' (which means: do you know or do you not) was also used several times in the song "Tu Bole Main Boloon" and once in the song "Kabhi Kabhi Aditi".