Delhi 6 is exactly that - an attempt that has been hit for a 6. It pains may to see a directly like R Mehra, assemble a mouth watering star cast, assemble a story line which can dish out a mouth watering fare and finally cook Kichadi.
The problem with the film is that it runs like a collage. Nothing wrong in that per se, but then the cinematographic liberties are far too many to condone. The music is brilliant but leaves one longing for more. In the end, the characters are not developed as they should have been.Sonam is a revelation but not much of her is revealed (and no pun intended here, I meant only the screen time occupied). And finally is it the story about Delhi or the love story of two individuals. Either way it left me intrigued. It is very illustrative for budding directors to learn what not to do in order to save a good ensemble