Honestly, I was a little wary of Kill Dil. After all, Bollywood has been ripping off the Tarantino oeuvre since Sanjay Gupta reworked Reservoir Dogs as Kaante. The dark, sly humor, the gleeful violence, the posturing in slow motion – it's all been done and not very well. But I'm happy to report that despite the title, Kill Dil is much more than another wannabe homage to the master. Shaad Ali's film is its own thing – basically a pulpy, retro-cool, Bollywood Western set in Delhi with dollops of romance, comedy and the one and only – Govinda.