Disclaimer: Went to a cinema theatre after ages; so please pardon me if I seem overawed by the movie.
Oy Lucky Lucky Oye floored me...the excellent capture of the heart, the spirit of Delhi (which I can well relate to, having lived there for over 20 years), the intelligent script and dialogues, the above average performances, and of course the use of the 1979 chartbuster "chahiye thoda pyar"... all of it had purpose, made sense. This is the first Abhay Deol film I watched, and must say he is much better than the other Deols, and I need to watch all his films. Paresh Rawal never ceases to surprise you: he has three roles here, and is not a comedian in any of them, yet manages to be three very different characters. I must also mention Lucky childhood scenes, which are unforgettable, and I will remember those scenes forever. Who's that young Lucky? He was so spontaneous. Kudos to Diwakar Banerjee for bringing out the best from all the actors. Neetu Chandra also puts in an effortless performance; she is another young star to look out for.