Delhi Belly
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Tashi, Arup and Nitin - flatmates, buddies and partners in crime. Tashi is to get married in a month but still doesn't know if his fiancÚ is THE ONE! Arup 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's ever known! Three regular blokes, living the regular life EXCEPT for one small detail - they are on the hit… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 91%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Sexy, filthy and thoroughly entertaining comedy marks a welcome shift in contemporary Indian cinema."
‑ Lisa Tsering, Hollywood Reporter
"A smartly paced, highly entertaining Bollywood gagfest."
‑ Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"This dark, slickly-made comedy consists of many laugh-out-loud moments."
‑ Manish Gajjar, Birmingham Mail
"The sheer daftness and goofiness of this Bollywood comedy-farce makes it likable. But you'll have to be in the mood."
‑ Peter Bradshaw, Guardian
"Shows, perceptively and often sweetly, a broader slice of young, urban, educated life in India as the three deal with careers, love and happiness."
‑ Rachel Saltz, New York Times
"The most enjoyably subversive element is Poorna Jagannathan as the self-sufficient bachelorette who waylays Tashi on his way to the altar."
‑ Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice
"Imran Khan has every right to expect broader international recognition after his leading man turn in Delhi Belly...Given Hollywood's paucity of genuinely likable 25-35 year-old support players, Khan is a serious contender."
‑ Simon Foster,
"The film is by and large too concerned with not offending its audience too much for it to ever even be that shocking."
‑ Simon Abrams, Slant Magazine
"Akshat Verma's script is imaginative and funny, the film's stars are engaging and "Delhi Belly" adds up to pleasing escapist fare."
‑ Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"Das and Kapur make for effective sidekicks, it's pacy, fitfully funny and, in its determination to upend cultural expectations, likeably mischievous."
‑ Emma Simmonds, Time Out
"Crosses cultural - and taste - barriers with a joie de vivre that'll have even the Bollywood-averse belly laughing along too."
‑ Matt Glasby, Total Film
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