Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Delhi 6 is a loud and colorful account of things happening in the bylanes of the ever-crowded Chandni Chowk. Unlike his earlier venture Rang De Basanti, the movie doesn’t quite go anywhere, which is alright since we’re given to understand that this is sort of an autobiography.

Book Tickets for Delhi 6A young NRI (Abhishek Bachchan) comes to Delhi with his grandmother, who wants to spend her last years in her homeland. Reluctant at first, he quickly embraces life in the capital city, despite his  reservations about the superstitions and casteist attitudes. Not only is he amused by the clacking neighbors he finds comfort in the love and affection they shower on him, and is intrigued by the vivacious girl-next-door Bittu (Sonam Kapoor).

Interestingly, Delhi 6 is a vivid recollection of headline grabbers of the recent past. The Monkeyman issue is interwoven along with the story culminating into a dramatic finale. Issues like communal tension and political agendas are well incorporated too, especially the temple-mosque row, which is maturely handled. Pathetic, however is how the emotions of the crowds oscillate from being benevolent to utterly spiteful in such a short time, as if by the touch of a button.

Inspite of a heavy duty ensemble of actors, Sonam Kapoor stands out on her own and is splendid.  While the rest are not bad, Vijay Raaz as an incorrigible cop deserves mention. The score is also commendable and while Delhi 6 is just a random movie, it’s a good random movie.

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5 Comments

  1. Rakesh

    February 20, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    Sounds like a movie that could be watched on the weekend. Lovely review. 🙂

  2. M. Varughese Mathai

    February 21, 2009 at 12:31 pm

    A second ticks away to be seen no more,
    A penny spent can be a year away from earning,
    Tragedy, could scar my mind,
    Now, averted with this find.
    Reviewer, your critical bend,
    Has saved me from this fiend.
    Making you my friend, my friend.

  3. chandrika

    February 23, 2009 at 2:40 pm

    I hav never seen such a worst movie. I had so many hopes when i was entering theatre after Rang de basanti from Rakyesh. It was not possible for us to sit in chairs for half n hour also. If something is good about the movie that is Ramhman’s music asusually

  4. Shaheena

    February 25, 2009 at 11:18 am

    After having seeing this movie, i can say its not anywhere close to RDB but yes its not a bad one either… having a good concept it could have been dealt in a much better way but never the less i liked the movie… the movie is not hard hitting but it definitely touches your heart

  5. Mickey

    March 1, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    AR Rahman’s music is brilliant but the picturisation of the songs is so random with New York busy streets getting mixed up with Chandni Chowk and what not , that one can not enjoy the number with the crazy visuals.

    the movie really let me down.

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