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Delhi Belly (2011) (Aamir Khan Productions / Comedy / Hindi Film / Bollywood Movie / Indian Cinema /DVD) (2011)

Imraan Khan , Shenaz Treasurywala , Abhinay Deo  |  DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Imraan Khan, Shenaz Treasurywala, Rahul Pendkalkar, Vir Das, Kunal Roy Kapoor
  • Directors: Abhinay Deo
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: UTV Motion Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00593K9B8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #130,642 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Delhi Belly is a powerful combination of clever writing, brilliant story and crazy, grungy humour. A must watch. --platform47.com

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Tashi, Arun and Nitin - flat mates, buddies and partners in crime. Tashi is to get married in a month but still doesn`t know if his fiancee is the one! Arun can`t make up his mind who he wants to kill first - his girlfriend (who has just dumped him) or his stupid, annoying boss (whose idea of creativity is sketching a smiling banana). And Nitin is about to discover that eating delicious Tandoori Chicken off a street vendor is going to give him the worst case of Delhi Belly he has ever known! Three regular blokes, living the regular life except for one small detail - they are on the hit list of one of the world`s deadliest crime syndicates. Will they be able to get away before the shiit hits the roof and it comes crashing down? Delhi Belly is the meanest comedy you`re ever likely to see.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Out and Out Riot October 7, 2011
Format:DVD
I don't know that much about Bollywood films. I have had a chance to see a few really good ones but since I hear they crank out a million films a year and most of them are mediocre, I figure I better wait till something rises above the fray before I spend my time. "Delhi Belly" is such a movie. In a way this is like the movie "Diva." Not only that the plot lines are similar, but that both show such an exuberance for the film making process that I wanted to stand up and cheer.

Here's the scoop. Three buddies, a reporter, a photo journalist and graphic artist share an apartment. Through a fluke started by the reporter's fiance, the three get caught up in a smuggling scheme and must wiggle their way out before their lives are forfeit. This is an oversimplification but why spoil?

This is a real hoot. You have great characters, explosive bowel movements, bad guys, oral sex (non-explicit), guns, cheezy cars, farcical mayhem and much, much more. They even have kissing which I thought they didn't do in Hindi flicks. This plays more to a western audience in its look, directing, humor and overall sensibilities. The lighting is great. The directing is way cool. The music is Okay. One of the lead females, though not really pretty, has a face you can't take your eyes off. She has more character in one eye than most actresses have in their entire frame. This is only the second outing for director Abhinay Deo, but you'd never know it. He's a natural.

This is what movie's are all about. If you're looking for an out and out riot of a film, this is it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stomach aching fun July 14, 2011
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Delhi Belly is a movie about three friends who are struggling in their careers and facing some vexing problems in their lives as well.
Tashi (Imran Khan) is a struggling journalist who us having second thoughts about his impending marriage to his girlfriend (Shehnaaz Treasurywallah), Nitin (Aditya Roy Kapoor ) is the friend who suffers from Delhi Belly and Arun ( Vir Das) is a cartoonist who has been dumped by his girlfriend. These are the friends and who are three friends who are struggling in their careers and facing some vexing problems in their lives as well. They share a dingy apartment in Delhi and have trouble making the rent, their lives are turned upside down when one of the accidently consumes a piece of Tandoori chicken from a street stand and finds himself suffering from the worst case of Delhi Belly. His stool sample is supposed to be anlysed by his doctor but gets incorrectly switiched with a parcel of diamonds. These regular people get on the list of one of the most dreaded gangsters in the city (Vijay Raaz)
What works in the movie is the fact that although this movie is only 96 minutes long, each minute is full of surprises and there is never a dull moment. The director Abhinay Deo (the son of Ramesh and Seema Deo) is delivering on his promise to be one of the directors to watch out for. If you are offended by in your face vulgarity and cringe at excrement, oral sex, f-bombs, and violence, then this film is definitely not for you. Each of these cringe factors have been amplified and that is part of the reason that makes this movie entertaining. In my opinion, Aditya Roy Kapoor and Vijay Raaz stole the show however each actor contributes. The music is ok, DK Bose or bhosedk as it means, has become the new anthem for the youth in India but it is not a great melody 3 stars. 7/8/2011
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Even the subtitle-averse should enjoy it January 6, 2012
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A very fun movie about three young urban flatmates who's lives and aspirations are disrupted by their accidental involvement with a smuggler. Nowhere near as vulgar as it's been made out to be and a lot more charming and funny than I expected. Includes a great Bollywood fantasy dance number parody. The majority of the dialog is English so even the subtitle-averse should enjoy it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 2 hours of fun in this pathetic, long life of yours! November 17, 2011
By icujock
Format:DVD
Delhi Belly is an awesome story/film. Indians films are evolving in a spasmodic, unpredictable fashion; some people like Amir Khan are doing an amazing job in trying to get grunge/ slightly soiled, underbelly life out in the front. Especially when this culture meets the 'school going, studious, hard working ' middle class kid with hilarious results. The movie reminded me of my previous life in Mumbai, ( a run down apartment with annoying, noisy neighbors, a complete lack of water, punishing heat,no air conditioning and people with multiple personalities!). And my friends who could put classy Cuff Parade people to shame one minute and be throwing up with illicit moonshine the next.
Such clever films are read on multiple levels.
Most of us will watch, laugh and move on. But some of us can see deeper and understand why our friends, neighbors and uncles behaved (Mr jain) , the way they did back then. Or maybe...well, who knows.
This is an artsy interpretation of the SH** that happens in life.
Buy the OST. It is worth every cent (or Rupee).
Life is short, maybe it was not supposed to be understood by everyone. Take what you can, "Bakee log Khisko"
6 stars!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Funny and Unorthodox Indian Movie July 27, 2011
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As you may notice from the previous reviews, this movie seems to be evoking quite extreme reactions from Indian audiences - either love it or hate it. It's generated some controversy in India because it's atypical for a Hindi movie: it's mostly in English and there's quite a lot of swearing; the humor is of the somewhat vulgar kind (feces play a key role in the plot); the characters have premarital sex; and there's not only a lot of verbal sexual references, but even a visual reference to oral sex. All of this is unusual in an Indian film, but it would simply be the equivalent of an R-rated film in the US.

Produced by Aamir Khan, the film stars Imran Khan, Vir Das, and Kunal Roy Kapoor as three twenty-something, slacker-ish roommates who find themselves unwittingly caught up in a diamond-smuggling ring while also trying to navigate the chaos of their own lives - girlfriends, jobs, rent they can't pay. I won't give away too much of the plot details, since the filmmakers themselves wanted viewers to come in with only a sketchy idea of how the movie is going to unfold.

The soundtrack is very good, but one thing to be prepared for: if you're a follower of Hindi cinema, you've probably seen the song promos/music videos for this movie. Contrary to the usual routine, these song performances are not actually in the movie itself (with the exception of Aamir Khan's cameo, which appears at the end credits). So if you loved seeing the three lead actors in the videos for "Switty Tere Pyar Chaida" or "Nakkaddwale Disco", unfortunately you won't see these in the movie. However, there's still much to be excited about: the dialogue is fast-paced and very, very funny, as long as swearing and some vulgarity doesn't bother you.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious. Seen it 5 times.
Hilarious. Seen it 5 times.
Published 23 days ago by bruce hall
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic movie
Really brilliant movie. Has all the elements of both the quintessential Bollywood tamasha as well as enough serious content to make it stand out. Read more
Published 4 months ago by Gautam Wuddi
5.0 out of 5 stars hella funny
Hella funny....you have to check this one out. Its all in english besides some parts which have subtitles. Real Funyyy!!
Published 5 months ago by gurkaran singh
4.0 out of 5 stars Modern Bollywood
Many in the US have never seen a "Bollywood" movie. Yet India produces many more
movies than the US does, and millions of people watch them. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Karl E. Weaver
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best of Bollywood
Delhi is masterfully written, acted and directed. The score keeps you in the movie and it works. This is not highbrow humor. Rather it is like a well made Indian HANGOVER. Read more
Published 7 months ago by David J. Roskoph
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshingly Quirky, Captivatingly Funny; Everyone Should Watch!
Refreshingly quirky; not the usual run-of-the-mill Indian movie; captivatingly funny. Highly recommend for all ages. Everyone should watch this one!
Published 8 months ago by Victor Lenz
4.0 out of 5 stars Funny movie
My husband and I enjoyed this a few years ago as a rental. He quoted it recently and I had to get a copy to have in our library. Just as funny the second time!
Published 12 months ago by Lisa Stjernstrom
5.0 out of 5 stars Delhi Belly
I love Shenaz Treasury. She is great and has such charisma on the screen. I hope she makes many more movies.
Published 14 months ago by Bill Montgomery
3.0 out of 5 stars Ridiculous, but a LOT of fun.
Delhi Belly (Abhinay Deo and Akshat Verma, 2011)

Delhi Belly is a slang term for diarrhea, which plays a major role in the film. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Robert Beveridge
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the funniest movies I've watched
I am not Indian and though I found this movies was one of the funniest I have ever watched.
Absolutely recommend it
Published 18 months ago by M
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