Devgn’s character, Naren, is in love with June (Shazhan Padamsee), a young intern in his office. She is a bimbo who is completely unaware that her divorced boss (who she shockingly calls, in one instance, “bossie”) is in love with her. “Sir, when did you lose your V?” she asks Naren. The other characters are Milind (Vaidya), an earnest romantic, and Abhay (Hashmi), a philanderer and gold-digger who falls in love and breaks his heart. The story follows the three different men in their pursuit of love. It is an interesting premise. But none of the characters in the film have a convincing graph. The jokes are bereft of wit or intelligence, meant perhaps to “play to the gallery”. It’s obvious that Bhandarkar’s world, as portrayed in most of his films, has broadly two classes of people: the rich and evil, and the middle class which is confused and enmeshed in an eternal struggle.
Dil To Baccha Hai Ji