Oye Dilli, Dilli Oye!
The movie showcases Delhi in its truest form. Living in Delhi, I could completely relate to most of the scenes. Lucky's adolescence was in fact, related in such a real manner, at times I got so immersed, that I forgot that I was actually seeing a movie.
The dialogues were unbelievably good. Very well written, and delivered in the precise Delhi twang. Some gems: 'tujhe kaise pata chala ki mujhe bhook lagi thi...by god! main to touch ho gayi!!!!"; "laal rang ki bike chahiye...kaun sa waala laal bete, marooti waala laal ya tere gaal jaisa laal jo chapet padne ke baad banega...apni ma ko baethaayega scooter pe!!!!!"
Abhay was great as Lucky, he was made for the role. Paresh Rawal as usual fit into the skin of each character played. All the other characters like his friend, Bangali, his love, Sonal, her sister Dolly, their mother etc etc really fit their characters to the T.
However, in terms of storyline and editing, there were some issues. The movie did not seem to be connected well and was moving/ jumping too fast in many places. The end also seemed to be a little abrupt. Seamless movement was sorely missed.
All in all, a decent watch, good for a few laughs and for Abhay Deol and Paresh Rawal.