Home Delivery (2005)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Romance, Comedy
Critics Score
25%
Total Reviews: 8
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: On the whole HOME DELIVERY fails to deliver. At the box-office it's a big disappointment

Average Critic Rating: (2.25)
Cast: Vivek Oberoi , Ayesha Takia Azmi , Mahima Choudhary , Arif Zakaria , Saurabh Shukla , TIKU TALSANIA , Victor Banerjee , Viju Khote , Piya Rai Chaudhary , Juhi Chawla , Karan Johar , Abhishek Bachchan , Suniel Shetty , Naseeruddin Shah , Sanjay Suri , Shayan Munshi , Shekhar Ravjiani , Rushita Pandaya , Rajesh Balwani , Mukesh Ahuja , Shernaz Patel , Aman Verma , Sunny Aztari
Director: Sujoy Ghosh
Release Date: 02 Dec 2005

Plot: Home Delivery is the story of how it takes just a single day to change a person's outlook on life forever. Sunny Chopra ( Vivek Oberoi ) is a 28-year-old writer who has carved a name for himself as a popular agony uncle, named Gyan Guru, writing for the Times Read more

Home Delivery - Top Reviews

On the whole HOME DELIVERY fails to deliver. At the box-office it's a big disappointment
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
There seems to be a barrage of light entertainers of late.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY

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Home Delivery - All Reviews

The movie seems to be a losing preposition
Satyajit, Smash Hits
Sujoy Ghosh's new movie Home Delivery traces a day in the life of Sunny Malhotra (Viviek Oberoi).
Merril Diniz, Rediff 
There are huge expectations for Sujoy Ghosh´s second feature after his debut, "Jhankaar Beats". The expectations for Ghosh´s second film increase when several industry insiders talk about how marvellous and inventive the script is.
Shahid Khan, Planet Bollywood
Do experiments always succeed? Not really. But should one stop experimenting? These are some of the questions that come in mind after one has finished watching Sujoy Ghosh's 'Home Delivery' who had come up with a delightful 'Jhankaar Beats' a few years back. While 'Jhankaar Beats' was one of the first commercial 'multiplex' movies to succeed, same cannot be predicted for 'Home Delivery' that neither takes off nor lands on a euphoric note. Yes, one can see that pains would have gone into making this experimental idea come alive on screen but sadly the final outcome is soggy and neverending. One feels bad for the director as there was much more expected from him after a path breaking 'Jhankaar Beats'. Even if you leave Jhankaar Beats aside and treat Home Delivery as a separate entity altogether, its a movie that is difficult to digest.
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