Director Abhinay Deo on Making of Delhi Belly at WORLD PREMIERE of Delhi belly in London at opening of London Indian Film Festival.
DELHI BELLY - WORLD PREMIERE
30 JUNE | 19:00 | CINEWORLD, HAYMARKET
Director Abhinay Deo
SYNOPSIS / REVIEW
Irreverent, crude and downright rude this fabulous new comedy caper from modern Mumbai cocks its hat at bad-boy cults like Snatch and The Hangover, with perhaps a little peppering of the Beatles.
Led by Tashi (played by the puppy dog-eyed, teen-heart throb Imran Khan), a dopey bundle of mates find themselves in a whole lot of trouble when they accidentally mix up a bag containing a stool sample (one of them ate the wrong Tandoori Chicken), with another bag which Tashi’s trolley-dolly girlfriend has been asked to carry a bag full of smuggled diamonds!
All sh*t breaks out when the smugglers, led by a particularly nasty villain Cow Boy (played by Vijay Raaz Monsoon Wedding), set off after them. It also gives Tashi a chance to consider whether he wants to settle down to a suburban marriage with his nice airhostess and Mummy and Daddy in-laws, or take a bite of the wild side. Expect rickshaw chases, upset stomachs and of course, a riot of mix-ups and chases, with unsuspecting English tourists ducking for cover.
Followed by a Q&A by Director Abhinay Deo in conversation with Asad Shan at Cineworld Haymarket.
Presenter: Azz Mohammed
Producer: Parag Sankhe
Production assistant: Svjetlana Jorgic
Camera: Svjetlana Jorgic
Editor: Grace Loewe