Chalo Dilli

Chalo Dilli

3.4 370 Ratings

Directed by : Shashant Shah

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  • Critics Rating 1.5/5
  • MJ Rating 2.6/5
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plot

Mihika Mukherjea, Senior Vice President of a top MNC in Mumbai divides the world into losers & winners and knows which side she is on. Heading back home from Mumbai to Delhi, Mihika misses her flight and encounters Manu Gupta, a podgy and loud ladies cut-piece merchant. Manu is everything that Mihika isnt. Loud, crass, o...more

Verdict

“The feel good factor together with Vinay & Lara's onscreen chemistry make Chalo Dilli a paisa-vasool ride.”

Chalo Dilli Credit & Casting

Lara Dutta

Chalo Dilli Box Office

  • Gross: INR 9.84 cr.
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Chalo Dilli Audience Review

Mumbai Vs Delhi

| by Payal Khanna |
Rated 1.5 / 5
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Vinay Pathak does not fail to make the audience smile, but when the counter attack is of trying-hard-to-sound-funny Lara Dutta then it becomes a bit tough. An odd pair but a convincible one, the two do make a good time pass movie by fault. Two talents put together and one can have a bleak looking cocktail with no hangovers for next day.
The fight is all about Mumbai versus Delhi and an adventure in between. The shaky backdrop of the movie and a journey with weird twists and turns as Lady Lara plays an investment banker who has her Louis Vuitton bags and her group of assistants to look after her.
But sadly the Lady is misdirected from her journey to Delli to land up in Jaipur with all the blame on Manu aka our chubby Vinay Pathak.
And their starts her misadventures and gigs, with the lad who chews tobacco, eat with mouth open. The irritation coused bey his behavior is directly proportional to her wearing-thin toleration power, leading to the fact that the movie only depends on their act to succeed. As for audience one may hear some laughs at one point but rather a decent act from both actors.
Pleasant movie with only option to be watched when you have nothing else to do for the weekend, else wait for it to air on prime time television.