• Dil To Baccha Hai Ji is too long for a light-hearted comedy, and the dialogue is pedestrian. Still it’s not a complete waste of time; there are some laughs to be had. I’m going with two-and-a-half out of five for director Madhur Bhandarkar’s Dil To Baccha Hai Ji. Don’t go in expecting too much, and perhaps you won’t be too disappointed.

  • Mayank Shekhar
    Mayank Shekhar
    Hindustan Times


    Huff. This could’ve been a pure romp, sex comedy. It’s mysteriously rated A by the censor board. The stuff seems neither deliciously bad for its inspired lunacy, nor delightfully good for its sensible humour. The indifference truly annoys you by the end of it. Well, that sucks.

  • The screen is cluttered with secondary characters that pop in and out without bringing anything to the story other than add to the mess. And that’s what Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji is, a silly jumble of misspent potential and hollow creativity.

  • Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji has an interesting story but the characters and situations aren’t fleshed out enough. There is an inherent clumsiness and in places the film feels long and leaden. Still, if you keep your expectations low, it makes for mildly diverting entertainment.

  • A visit to the theatre may well not be worth it. A television premiere might be a better option.

  • Madhur should rather stick to realistic cinema or improve immensely before attempting something different next time. DIL TOH BACCHA HAI JI doesn’t win your dil.