Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji

3.4 910 Ratings

Directed by : Madhur Bhandarkar

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  • Critics Rating 1.5/5
  • MJ Rating 2.2/5
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plot

Dil Toh Baccha Hai is a slice of life film of three men... Naren Ahuja, Nikhil and Abhay Suri and their encounters with love! The film takes a funny look at love and the extent to which people will go to avoid it or to achieve it!

Verdict

“Walk into this one with no expectations and you might walk out mildly amused.”

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Credit & Casting

Ajay Devgn

Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Box Office

  • Gross: INR 28.21 cr.
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Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Audience Review

Movie very kaccha hai ji

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This is supposed to be a comedy but does not have too many laughs.

Three single men share a house and swap stories of their ill fated love lives. Ajay Devgun chasing a very young Shazahn Padamsee (looking suitably ditzy and heavily lip glossed) puts on a daft expression apart from his usual scowl. Emran Hashmi stays true to his Casanova character as he becomes a toy boy to Tisca Chopras socialite (well played) but goes on to fall in love with Shruti HAsan (smart). Omi Vaidya declares he is a virgin who will lose his V (in Shazahns words) on his wedding night. He falls in love with a Radio Jockey played by Shraddha Das(cute) . All three men go through ups and downs before the story thankfully winds down to its predictable conclusion. Of the three men only Omi imbibes his character with a touching innocence. He also has the best jokes in the script.

Madhur Bhandarkar lacks sophistication in his sensibility and that makes the movie go down a few notches. The jokes become pedestrian or tepid or too obvious to evoke any laughter. The only thing I found interesting in the movie were the ring tones on the various cell phones in the movie. (Sigh.. the things you start noticing when the movie does not grab you!)

The second half is much better than the first one but not good enough for you to go and see it.
It will be shown soon on TV anyway so why bother.