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A story about love, hope and self-discovery set in the walled city of Delhi (zip code 6) and its chaotic but touching life that forces us to ask questions about ourselves
A big credit goes to director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, for giving us such a great view of Delhi in the movie. The background score by A.R Rahaman is just brilliant. The casting could be better.
As everyone thinks, the film feels slow and dragged, but if you have patience like me, you have to love it. It displays a beautiful India, showing both its positives and negatives. All I can say is that its a well intentioned movie. People need to take something from it. Apart from this the filming is convincing and sensible, though it has minor mistakes.