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Review: Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Jee
Rishija | 03 Feb 2011

Abhay (Emraan Hashmi) doing nothing new as once again he is a playboy, and thinks of girls as ATM, uses Anushka (Tisca Chopra) and falls in love with her step daughter Nicky (Shruti Hassan) a NRI do-gooder who does not believe in commitments.

UNLIKE MADHUR Bhandarkar's earlier serious films, this one is a romcom trying to break his trend, but finally turns into a wanna-be-cool but light hearted movie
DIL TO BACHHA HAI JI starts with three entirely different guys who end up  with similar problems i.e. love.

Naren (Ajay Devgn) is a 38 year old bank manager, going-to -be divorcee and a father of a child who falls in love, better say infatuated, toward the fresh and young intern June Pinto (Shahzan Padamsee), the girl has nothing special to do apart from saying a lot of “please” and “virgin” word.

Milind (Omi Vaidya) works in a matrimonial firm and a poet, better say “rhymer” falls in love with Gungun (Shradha Das) who used him and finally after making him believe that she too loves him, leaves him.

Abhay (Emraan Hashmi) doing nothing new as once again he is a playboy, and thinks of girls as ATM, uses Anushka (Tisca Chopra) and falls in love with her step daughter Nicky (Shruti Hassan) a NRI do-gooder who does not believe in commitments.

Lastly all the three broken hearts pledged not to even see a girl again in life, and shown talking with girls of their kind the very next moment.

Film is full of not-so-funny jokes, which are tried to make more funny with the help of heavy background music, but fails.

Film has the lesson of “move on” and because this is Bhandarkar’s creation so there is an obvious presence of gays with extra make ups and moving wrists.