Delhi BellyA; ComedyDir: Abhinay DeoCast: Imran Khan, Shenaz Treasuryvala, Vir Das, Kunal Roy Kapoor, Poorna JagannathanRating: ***1/2 Three friends, Tashi (Imran), a journalist, Arupu00a0 (Vir), a cartoonist and Nitin (Kunaal), a photojournalist, blissfully exist in a really dirty house. Nitin is just about to blackmail their landlord, who he had surreptitiously photographed with a sex worker. Life seems okay till Tashi's ditzy girlfriend (Shernazz Treasury) asks him to deliver a parcel. Nitin's stool samples get mixed with the parcel that was to be delivered to the local don (Vijay Raaz) and as the name of the film suggests, shit happens after that. Though this part of the title seems solely dedicated to Nitin, who has a perpetual case of the loosies and is always on the hunt for a toilet with water. Menaka (Poorna) is Tashi's colleague and she helps the boys in their mis-adventures.The story takes you on a roller coaster ride and there is no stopping mid way. The dialogues and script get outrageously funnier by the minute. Pure, unbridled fun. This is a movie, which has no restrictions, no courtesies or moral standards.Abundant toilet humour, (at one point I had to shut my eyes tight to avoid watching something that could have painfully got stuck in my head) but surprisingly you don't really mind it as much as you would, perhaps if it was in some other film. The script (Akshat Varma) is cool, hip at places and little desperate at few points. But overall, a novel one.Imran is refreshingly good. In a film, where no one's a hero, Imran blends into the background more often than not, and fits in perfectly well with the plot. Kunal is very good and so is Vir Das.u00a0 Poorna has a strong screen presence. It's Vijay Raaz who steals many scenes, with his fantastic portrayal of a goon, who goes about doing his dirty job in a calm, professional manner.I watched the English-Hindi version so the swear words seemed to fit in the dialogues effortlessly. Wonder what the Hindi version would be like.This is a film that is sure to make you go red in the face, if not from embarrassment, surely from too much laughing. Sure to cause the Delhi Belly ache. Suffice to say that I haven't laughed so much in a theatre for a long time now.And yes, I shall not drink orange juice at least for a while. Watch the film to know why.