Saturday, 16 July 2011 11:57

Yes, crucify me, but I hated Delhi Belly!

Written by  Kamal Shah
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First things first. In a twist to a famous quote, "You may not agree with what I say but you must fight for my right to say it!"

So, you may have liked the movie but I didn't. Simple. And I will not deny that I thought the movie was disgusting. However much you thought it was hilarious.

I don't like movies that show dirty, shabby houses, toilets, flushes falling on people and such other gross things.

For most of the movie, one of the main characters is struck by diarrhea. Hasn't he heard of antibiotics and other astringents? Worse, hasn't his doctor? Even if they haven't, why take the camera behind him whenever he has to relieve himself.

The worst part of the movie was a scene where they actually show someone pouring out liquid human poop (purportedly, a sample given for a test to a lab). I almost threw up right there. I closed my eyes after one single frame to prevent this.

This, in the name of entertainment? And you have hordes of people loving the movie!

Well, I don't hold any grudges against those who liked the movie. To each, his own! But I found it horrible. Utterly disgusting. A pathetic attempt at humor.


Kamal Shah

Kamal Shah

Hello, I'm Kamal from Hyderabad, India. I have been on dialysis for the last 13 years, six of them on PD, the rest on hemo. I have been on daily nocturnal home hemodialysis for the last four and half years. I can do pretty much everything myself. I love to travel and do short weekend trips or longer trips to places which have dialysis centers. Goa in India is a personal favorite. It is a great holiday destination and has two very good dialysis centers.

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