With all the history, character, colour and chaos associated with Delhi or Dilli, as some of us love to call it, it's not an easy job to articulate its magic and mayhem in a few lines.
The drama it bears has inspired several filmmakers in the past and present to base their stories against its vivid personality and majestic backdrop. And there are some who have gone ahead and named their film after the city.
Delhi 6 is latest in line. rediff.com takes a look at the rest, of the same.
In this typically Kishore Kumar brand of comic adventure, all pandemonium breaks loose once he lands in Delhi. Not only is he forced to conceal his Punjabi identity and parade as a South Indian to get a room on rent but also concoct one tall tale after another to keep the farce going. Assuredly hilarious, KK's unbeatable wit and charm when accompanied by Vyjyanthimala's dancing prowess makes for fun-filled entertainment. New Delhi's soundtrack boasts of the much popular Shankar Jaikishen ditty, Nakhrewali.
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