Story: The story revolves around Tashi (Imran Khan), Arup (Vir Das) and Nitin (Kunal Roy Kapoor) - flatmates, buddies and partners in crime. Tashi is to get married in a month's time, but still doesn’t know if his fiancé is the perfect one for him! Arun can’t make up his mind, as to who he wants to kill first - his girlfriend, who has just dumped him or his stupid, annoying boss, whose idea of creativity, is sketching a smiling banana! And, Nitin is about to discover that eating delicious Tandoori Chicken off a street vendor is going to give him the worst case of Delhi Belly that he’s ever known. Three regular blokes, living the regular life, except for one small detail - they are on the hit list of one of the world’s deadliest crime syndicates. Will they be able to get away before the shit hits the roof and it comes crashing down? Story treatment: It’s a simple storyline with required twists and turns, handled efficiently by the director. While the first half sprinkles fresh, new humour and comes with many bone tickling moments, the realistic approach and simple locations make the story more appealing and believable. A film with no break, justifies the amount of energy and entertainment pumped into the concept. Star Cast: Imran Khan looks confident and effective and seems to have decided to whitewash his guy-next-door image. Vir Das is excellent and his comic timing raises the bar higher. Kunal Roy Kapoor proves his prowess as an actor and his body language definitely adds to the extra humour. Shenaz Treasuryvala is a bold surprise and Poorna Jagannathan is brilliant, the two actors, together, help in adding more substance to Imran’s character. Direction: The director has done a fantastic job and knows his work well. Abhinay Deo has managed to place the characters well and make his star cast deliver their best. Simple subject, straight storyline and a required 'tadka' of adult content has been balanced well. Dialogues / Cinematography / Music: Almost 95% of the film is in English and the dialogues are well written, which convey the conversations happening between young friends. 'DK Bose,' which has already raised the temperature high, only helps the director to take the plot further. Whereas, composer Ram Sampath's other songs, manage to maintain a regular bouquet of Bollywood songs, which comprise an item number by Aamir Khan and a decently done background score. Though one needs to wait for Aamir’s ‘Disco Fighter’ till the end, but that’s indisputably worth a wait! 3 Ups and 3 Downs: It’s an experimental film from Aamir’s kitty, but this offering will surely open the door for many directors and producers, who wish to experiment and break through the regular Masala Bollywood movies. Neither it’s a family movie nor for those who are sensitive with adult content. This week’s major releases ‘Delhi Belly’ and ‘Bhudha Hoga Tera Baap’ will definitely have different audiences. ‘Delhi Belly’ is bound work with the niche audience, for it turns out to be an entertainer with no message attached to it.