I loved Delhi-6! This movie not only beautifully depicts life of the people in Old Delhi, but also sheds light on differences in people's mindset when it comes to questioning their deep-rooted faiths, prejudices and practices. I would call Delhi-6 a poem rather than a movie because it carries the following attributes of a poem: 1) very well written, 2) there are lot of metaphors and symbolism involved, and 3) one would require go through the content more than once to comprehend the underlying meaning. It was a delightful experience going though this beautiful poem! The movie cast is spot on, the music is great, and added to this is the astounding cinematography; all put together gives you the real flavor of what Delhi is all about. The narrative may not be pacy, and there are few action sequences and dance numbers that may leave regular movie-goers not so impressed. On the other hand, this movie offers a strong social message and emphasizes highly on communal harmony and national integration. There are so many tiny details in the movie one may miss in the first go. This reflects on how much effort would have been put on script writing. Overall, I enjoyed Delhi-6 and I would say this movie is suitable for audience who wish to hear a story with a moral.