Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji
|Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Madhur Bhandarkar|
|Produced by||Madhur Bhandarkar|
Kumar Mangat Pathak
|Screenplay by||Madhur Bhandarkar|
|Story by||Madhur Bhandarkar|
|Edited by||Devendra Murdeshwar|
|Distributed by||Bhandarkar Entertainment|
Wide Frames Pictures
Baba Arts Limited Production
|Box office||₹408 million|
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (transl. The heart is childish) is a 2011 Indian romantic comedy film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar, starring Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi and Omi Vaidya in the lead roles with Shazahn Padamsee, Shruti Haasan, Rituparna Sengupta, Tisca Chopra and Shraddha Das in supporting roles. It is produced by Madhur Bhandarkar and Kumar Mangat under the banner of Bhandarkar Entertainment and Wide Frame Films. The film was released on 28 January 2011.
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji revolves around the story of three men. Naren Ahuja (Ajay Devgn) works as a bank manager and is seeking divorce from his wife, Madhvi (Rituparna Sengupta); Abhay Suri (Emraan Hashmi) is a playboy and gym trainer; and Milind Kelkar (Omi Vaidya) works in a matrimonial company and is in search for true love. Naren leaves his house and starts living in his parents' house. Abhay and Milind are thrown out of their rented apartments and end up as paying guests for Naren. Naren has a crush on June Pinto (Shazahn Padamsee), who works as an intern in his bank. Milind starts loving a radio jockey, Gungun Sarkar (Shraddha Das). Abhay falls for Anushka Narang (Tisca Chopra), a former Ms. India, who married a multi-millionaire and is interested in young men.
Naren and June start enjoying each other's company. Milind tries to impress Gungun, which annoys her, but she uses Milind for her own reasons. Abhay gets full attention from Anushka and they start having an affair. The three love stories blossom until Nikki Narang (Shruti Haasan), the stepdaughter of Anushka, enters the story. Abhay falls for Nikki and starts ignoring Anushka. He breaks up with Anushka and starts going out with Nikki. June's grandma invites Naren for dinner, and Gungun eventually falls in love with Milind. The next day, everything changes. Milind gets angry after getting a letter from Gungun that she's going to Chennai for a movie, Nikki dumps Abhay therefore admitting that she was just using him for sex and he's not her type and June's grandma invites Naren to get his opinion on June marrying Chris Pascal, her boyfriend. At the airport, the three friends decide to go to Goa for a vacation and vow never to fall for girls anymore. However, at the same airport they find three new girls. The story is the "love" defined in practical terms with satire.
- Ajay Devgn as Naren Ahuja
- Emraan Hashmi as Abhay Suri
- Omi Vaidya as Milind Kelkar
- Shazahn Padamsee as June Pinto
- Shruti Haasan as Nikki Narang
- Tisca Chopra as Anushka "Anu" Narang
- Shraddha Das as Gungun Sarkar
- Aditya Raj Kapoor as Harsh Narang
- Rituparna Sengupta as Madhavi (Naren's ex-wife)
- Mukesh Tiwari as Mr. Tiwari (Special Appearance)
- Manoj Joshi as Waiter at Restaurant (Special Appearance)
- Shikha Talsania as Aisha (Naren's assistant)
- Arun Kadam as the flower seller
- Sachin Parekh as Office colleague of Naren
- Girish Sahdev as Office colleague of Naren
- Daisy Irani as June's Nani
- Neha Pendse as Neha Desai
- Sanjay Chhel as Himesh
- Sunny Singh as Akash (cameo appearance at airport scene)
- Howard Rosemeyer as Jimmy
- Paresh Rawal as Narrator & Introducer
- Dhruv Bhandari as Chris Pascal (June's boyfriend)
- Chetna Pande as priya (cameo appearance at airport scene)
- Priya Marathe as swati paranjape (cameo appearance at airport scene)
- Bhau Kadam as Dipak sisodia (Cameo appearance)
- Shweta Salve as an item number
The film received positive response from critics upon release. At the box office, it grossed Rs.282.5 million in three weeks. The Indian theatrical rights was pre-sold at a reasonable price of 130 million. It collected around $250,000[vague] in the first weekend from all overseas circuits.
|Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji|
|Soundtrack album by|
|Released||23 December 2010|
|1.||"Abhi Kuch Dino Se"||Neelesh Misra||Mohit Chauhan, Shahid Mallya||4:45|
|2.||"Tere Bin"||Kumaar||Sonu Nigam||5:17|
|3.||"Yeh Dil Hai Nakhrewala"||Neelesh Misra||Shefali Alvares||4:33|
|4.||"Jadugari"||Sanjay Chhel||Kunal Ganjawala||4:56|
|5.||"Beshuba"||Sayeed Quadri||Kunal Ganjawala, Antara Mitra, Nooran Sisters||4:30|
|6.||"Tere Bin (Reprise)"||Kumaar||Naresh Iyer, Arijit Singh||5:32|
|7.||"Yeh Dil Hai Nakhrewala (Film Version)"||Neelesh Misra||Antara Mitra||4:19|
|8.||"Tere Bin" (Remix)||Kumaar||Sonu Nigam||5:34|
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