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Special Features With Delhi Belly DVD
5 Music Videos and 2 Songs (Full Versions)
1. Bhaag D.K. Bose, Aandhi Aayi
2. Nakkaddwaley Disco, Udhaarwaley Khisko
3. Switty Switty
4. Bedardi Raja
5. Delhi Belly Medley Video
6. Ja Chudail
7. I Hate You (Like I Love You)
Theatrical Trailers & T V Promos
The DVD has both Hinglish & Hindi audio options and is the full unedited version of the film.
|Actor||Imran Khan, Vir Das, Kunaal Roy Kapur, Shenaz Treasury, Poorna Jagannathan, Kim Bodnia, Paresh Ganatra, Vijay Raaz, Ashraf-Ul-Haque, Dhaval Barbhaya, Bugs Bhargava, Nikita Bhatt, Neville Dadachanji, Anusha Dhandekar, Nayani Dixit|
|Producer||Jim Furgele, Aamir Khan, Kiran Rao, Ronnie Screwvala|
|Number Of Discs||1|
I loved Delhi Belly!
Unlike the colourful and animated Band Baaja Baraati which showcased our Capital city enchantingly, Delhi Belly is a film that could well be Delhi Tourism Boardâs worst nightmare.
Whereas BBB made you want to take a flight to Delhi after its engaging portrayal of its day-to-day life, this one will make you strike Delhi off your Fifty Cities To Visit Before You Die list.
Only Amir Khan could have pulled this off.
Itâs vulgar & offensive.
Thereâs no social message unlike Amirâs previous films.
But itâs also entertaining.
Very, very entertaining: make no mistake.
In fact the reason I did not post this earlier was because I was trying to post a comment that would not involve any inappropriate language, as per FlipKartâs guidelines.:-)
And every time I tried to post a review: Flipkart reprimanded me so I had to revise and re-revise what I wrote multiple times.
How can one review such a film without using any profanities? :-(
DB is not a family film with a mention of an often used English swear word 87 times in the film.
There are no uncovered scenes but many suggestive gestures and bigoted language.
Having said that it works (very well) at a certain level and itâs a film that mature audiences will love (but will probably decline to admit) and the 20s/30s crowd (the films target audience) will also adore (but will admit to it.)
Itâs a first in its genre and thatâs why it needs to be seen.
Interestingly, Kiran Rao, Amirâs wife and Dhobi Ghatsâs director is shown fleetingly in an Auto Rickshaw after the jewellery robbing scene behind the red car.
The director Abhinay Deoâs first film Game (produced by Farhan Khan) was a polished whodunit but an un-deservedly commercial flop.
The somewhat frenzied activities of DB are somehow vigilantly interwoven & all loose ends are painstakingly but convincingly tied up at the end.
The amusing script has been written by Los Angelis based Akshit Verma who took more then 3 years to write the story, which was read by Kiran Rao who asked Amir Khan to produce it.
Watch out for the script writerâs name along with Amir Khan in a film poster which is a tribute to the daft but highly engaging pelvic thrusts of Mithun Chakroverty from the eightiesâ¦
The kahaani (yes, there is one) is just an excuse to show crudity, a rehash of the archetypal story of parcels with different contents exchanged told in a not-so-archetypal manner.
Imraan Khan plays a journalist as one of the three roommates (along with a photographer Kunal Roy Kapoor: interestingly Amir Khan wanted to play this role but could not as it involved being slightly obese-and Vir Das as the 3rd roommate.)
Imraanâs girlfriend an airhostess played by Shenaz Treasury-remember her in Ishq Vishq?-is asked to deliver a parcel to a Russian Vladimir (played very convincingly by Kim Bodnia from Denmark).
The parcel in a credible twist changes with a parcel containing the stool samples of Kunal who suffers from a Delhi Belly after eating from a road side vendor.
This scene how he acquires it is riotous with the vendor scratching in all the wrong places before serving the chicken.
Not un-expectedly the parcel mix-up results in mayhem and its all about the mob whose king pin (Vijay Raj) kidnaps the girlfriend to get back the parcel.
There are seemingly unnecessary subplots but they blend in seamlessly:
The films lighter moments come from smaller episodes like the interview with a model, the caving of the dance floor, Menakaâs jealous ex-husband and the tactics of the mob.
Those who saw the film at a cinema and were disappointed of the partial songs picturisation- the films main strength- will be pleased to know that full videos of the songs have been included in the DVD and are worth the price of the DVD itself.
The audio is expectedly world class considering itâs mainly conversational & sometimes especially in the street scenes one can close ones eyes and the setting can be felt through all the speakers especially the surrounds.
Canât wait to experience the Blu ray in surround sound.
I don't think I have to say anything about this movie. It's simply great fun and one of the best bollywood movies of the decade. Coming to the DVD, oh how I wish every DVD would come out with a jewel case! The extra features are pretty good. But I was hoping for a blooper reel or making of feature which was not there. But even then I'm very happy with. A great edition to your personal collection.
Movie is already a big hit, I had seen it in multiplex and I ordered it on flipkart for my personal collection.
And as usual flipkart get it delivered to me in just 2 days. Fantastic service as always.
Keep it up.