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Chalo Dilli

 

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  • Release Date 29/04/2011
  • Language  Hindi 
  • Genre Comedy  Drama 
  • Country  India 
  • Director  Shashant Shah 
  • Star Vinay Pathak  Lara Dutta  Yana Gupta 
  • Written By Shabbir Ahmed  Anand Raj Anand 
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    Chalo Dilli
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    Theatrical release poster
    Directed by Shashant Shah
    Produced by Krishika Lulla
    Kavita Bhupathi Chadda
    Screenplay by Arshad Sayed
    Story by Arshad Sayed
    Starring Lara Dutta
    Vinay Pathak
    Akshay Kumar
    Music by Gourov Dasgupta
    Anand Raj Anand
    Sachin Gupta (Hi5)
    Rohit Kulkarni
    Roshan Balu
    Cinematography Nikos Andritsakis
    Edited by Aseem Sinha
    Distributed by Big Daddy Productions
    Eros International Media Ltd.
    Bheegi Basanti Entertainment
    Release date(s)
    • 29 April 2011  ( 2011-04-29 )
    Country India
    Language Hindi
    Budget INR 50 million (US$840,000)
    Box office INR 95 million (US$1.6 million)

    Last updated on 1 June 2014 at 20:16.

    Chalo Dilli ( Let[replacesinglequotehere]s go to Delhi ) is a 2011 Indian film directed by Shashant Shah partially based on the 2010 American film Due Date . It features Lara Dutta and Vinay Pathak . It also features Akshay Kumar in a guest appearance. The film, produced under Dutta[replacesinglequotehere]s husband Mahesh Bhupathi [replacesinglequotehere]s production company, Big Daddy Productions and Eros International Media Ltd. was shot at locations in Mumbai , Delhi and Jaipur . [ 1 ] It was released on 29 April 2011. It was inspired by the film Planes, Trains and Automobiles starring Steve Martin . [ 2 ] A sequel to the movie would go on floors in 2014. [ 3 ]

    Mihika Banerjee ( Lara Dutta ), a successful investment banker living in Mumbai , misses her flight to Delhi and needs to get there any way possible to meet her husband, Lt. Col. Vikram Rathore ( Akshay Kumar ). She meets Manu Gupta ( Vinay Pathak ) and they discover the colours of India in their journey to Delhi. They go by road and train and the audience gets a chance to see both the large urban conglomerations and the small rural areas that make up India. During the journey, Mihika experiences various difficulties which she has never encountered in her high class life. When Mihika[replacesinglequotehere]s money is stolen while she is buying a train ticket, she is forced to travel with Manu in the ordinary class in Jhunjhunu District. Thus the film revolves around Mihika[replacesinglequotehere]s and Manu[replacesinglequotehere]s journey amidst difficulties.

    The film was given 3.5/5 stars by The Times of India , [ 4 ] 2.5/5 stars by IndiaWeekly [ 5 ] and 1.5/5 by rediff.com . [ 6 ]

    The music is composed by Gourov Dasgupta, Anand Raj Anand , Sachin Gupta , Rohit Kulkarni, and Roshan Balu. Lyrics are penned by Manthan, Anand Raj Anand , Krishika Lulla, Shabbir Ahmed , and Nisha Mascarenhas.

    Chalo Dilli ( Let[replacesinglequotehere]s go to Delhi ) is a 2011 Indian film directed by Shashant Shah partially based on the 2010 American film Due Date . It features Lara Dutta and Vinay Pathak . It also features Akshay Kumar in a guest appearance. The film, produced under Dutta[replacesinglequotehere]s husband Mahesh Bhupathi [replacesinglequotehere]s production company, Big Daddy Productions and Eros International Media Ltd. was shot at locations in Mumbai , Delhi and Jaipur . [ 1 ] It was released on 29 April 2011. It was inspired by the film Planes, Trains and Automobiles starring Steve Martin . [ 2 ] A sequel to the movie would go on floors in 2014. [ 3 ]