Based in Delhi's Chandni Chowk, orphaned Sidhu is adopted by the owner of Bajrang Bali Parathas, known simply as Dada. Years later Sidhu has grown up and is an expert at slicing vegetables. When his Chinese friend and Philosopher, Chopstick, cons him into believing that he is the reincarnation of Liu Sheung, a slain Chinese revolutionary, Sidhu takes it upon himself to travel to the Zhange district where he will be forced to confront a deadly female assassin by the name of Suzy; be befriended by a semi-crazed beggar; and must face humiliation and possible death at the hands of the virtually indestructible Hojo.
Their village destroyed, they travelled in search of hope. They followed a prophecy to find their ancient warrior reborn.
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16 January 2009 (USA)
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Opening Weekend USA: $629,921,
18 January 2009, Limited Release
Gross USA: $921,738
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
It is similar to the comedy movies A Bug's Life
(1998) and ¡Three Amigos!
(1986), which is about out-of-work actors defending a town while thinking they're merely giving a performance. See more
Below the Greatwall there is a monument, which upon Sidhul's arrival was introduced by village leaders to be something like "the tombstone of Liu Sheng the great warrior". But actually what inscribed on the monuments actually means "The Greatwall: Keystone Historical Site of Hebei Province". See more
Dado Hojo! I'm going Chandni Chowk to China!
India Se Aaya Mera Dost
Written by Rajat Arora
and Shaily Shailendra
Composed by Bappa Lahiri
Performed by Bappi Lahiri
and Ravi Khanvilkar
Courtesy of Super Cassettes Industries Limited (T-Series) See more