Tashi (Imran Khan) is having doubts about his upcoming nuptials, Arup (Vir Das) is struggling to deal with his annoying boss and recent split from his girlfriend, and Nitin (Kunaal Roy Kapur) becomes ill after eating bad tandoori chicken. They soon realise how trivial their problems are, however, when they become targets of the city's most ruthless criminals...
Not your typical Bollywood movie
- Delhi Belly review by PS
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The plot is fast-paced and it gets down to business pretty much from the get-go. I was watching it with my 17 year-old son and he thoroughly enjoyed it (maybe he is the target audience for gross-out comedy). It has some classic comedic moments and there were many times I laughed out loud.
I am not totally against the use of bad language in films - some times it is totally appropriate - but I think there were times in this movie
when it was just being used for the sake of it, and/or just to get cheap laughs from teenagers who still find the use of the F-word funny.
One thing I love about Bollywood is it manages to get laughs with having to resort to bad language - and long may it remain that way.
If you enjoyed Hangover then this is likely to be something you'll enjoy too.
I did watch it with sub-titles on, but from what I can remember the dialogue is almost all in English. Maybe this was to try and give it