Dude, Where's the Party? (2003)
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as Mohan Bakshi
as Hari Patel
as Janvi Valia
as Priya Varghese
as Sham Bhalabhatrapatramukhi
Critic Reviews for Dude, Where's the Party?
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Town mouse/country mouse isn't exactly the freshest conceit, but the poignancy of the identity issues and the freshness of the cultural glimpses push this film through the occasional slow and/or stale parts.
Assembles all the usual stereotypes in one movie.
An amiable city mouse/country mouse story.
A charming if inconsistent comic essay on assimilation.
Audience Reviews for Dude, Where's the Party?
I-to my surprise-liked this film, i didn't love it, but i didn't cringe in my seat while watching it. I thought the film was a well structured piece of cinema, Kal Penn is very good in this film, switching between a "Suave Cool Guy", to a "Inconsiderate Douche bag", back to a "Like able Straight Man" The only thing that bothers me servilely is that Some of the main characters are left out of the poster & are replaced by Minor Characters. It found it humorous, quirky, corny, but a lot of fun! Check it out, its pretty cheap to find now a days. 3.7/5
A low-budget spoof on the outrageous storylines, colors, and dancing in Bollywood films. There isn't much to the plot--it's a predictable boy-meets-girl story in which boy must win back girl's heart. However, hilarious references to Bollywood films make this movie an amusing watch. The jokes and stereotypes about Indian-Americans and Indian immigrants to the USA push the envelope and are very entertaining.
I saw this movie YEARS ago but to this day, my best friend and I still bring up lines from the movie and crack up about it. Especially everytime we see a desi guy with long hair at the local desi dvd store. Its just one of those low-budget just-for-a-good-laugh movies but you gotta love it!
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