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July 19, 2011
Well done Shenaz!!!!! Must say I enjoyed every minute! You dont have to be completely into Bollywood to enjoy this film. Great comedic timing for the entire cast, I really applaud you all. If you want to truely laugh out loud and enjoy a night out Go See Delhi Belly ASAP......
July 09, 2011
this movie was laugh out loud hysterical! I dont even know Hindi slang.I am 51 and saw it with my 22 year old daughter and we both loved it!! you will hate it like you love it ~
July 09, 2011
One of the Best Indian Movie, that's ever done !!! Need to understand Hindi Slangs and Jokes, to really appreciate this move though !!
July 04, 2011
It is wonderful. I love it too much. It is better than eating meat.
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The Hollywood Reporter
Director Abhinay Deo and producer Aamir Khan's gleeful experiment in "Hangover"-caliber humor delivers the laughs, and its young stars, including Khan's nephew, A-lister Imran Khan, rise to the challenge. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
Akshat Verma's script is imaginative and funny, the film's stars are engaging and Delhi Belly adds up to pleasing escapist fare. Full Review
Delhi Belly's rare singing-and-dancing production numbers play classical Bollywood glitz for pure kitsch, the Ram Sampathcomposed soundtrack otherwise tending toward up-tempo sing-along rock, including a hit song ("DK Bose") with a subliminally dirty chorus. Full Review
The New York Times
It also shows, perceptively and often sweetly, a broader slice of young, urban, educated life in India as the three deal with careers, love and happiness. Full Review
A smartly paced, highly entertaining Bollywood gagfest. No comic masterpiece, perky pic nevertheless boasts likable characters, colorful villains, well-timed gags and Ram Sampath's extremely catchy tunes, all woven into a seamless, escalating whole. Full Review