Mumbai Delhi Mumbai is 2014 Hindi language Indian romance-comedy written and directed by Satish Rajwade for Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. The film, adapted from Rajwade's 2011 Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai, stars Shiv Pandit and Pia Bajpai, and will be releasing on 5th of December.  Contents [hide] 1 Background 2 Plot 3 Cast 4 Soundtrack 5 Reception 6 References 7 External links Background Satish Rajawade decided to do the rarer task of creating a Hindi film based upon his original film in Marathi. Using his popular Mumbai Pune Mumbai as the template, he reworked the original film to give it a wider national appeal. Plot Piya (Pia Bajpai), a typical “Mumbai” girl, makes her first ever day trip to Delhi and agrees to meet a possible match for marriage on her mother’s insistence. She lands in Delhi determined to reject the guy after meeting him because after all he’s from “Delhi”. However, as it turns out she loses her phone while fighting with an auto driver and meets Goli Kohli (Shiv Pandit), a witty “Delhi” boy who grudgingly agrees to help her. One thing leads to another and they end up spending the entire day together. They fight, they argue, they laugh and share a lifetime of emotions in one day. When they meet in the morning they are strangers with strong biases about Mumbai & Delhi, when they part in the evening, the biases have turned into affection for each other’s quirks and finally, love. Cast Shiv Pandit as Goli Kohli Piaa Bajpai as Piya Soundtrack The soundtrack is composed by Sawan Dutta & Rohan Rohan. Lyrics written by Priya Panchal & Rohan Gokhale (as Raahi Raahi). Production released two music videos based upon the film and its music. Titled Entry to Delhi and Raahi Raahi they "show the love-hate relationship between the protagonists." No. Title Lyrics Music Singer Length 1 Tham Sa Gaya Priya Panchal Sawan Dutta Angaraag Mahanta (Papon) 4:27 2 Entry To Delhi Sawan Dutta Amandeep Singh Jolly Reception Just Bollywood noted the script was "too low and half baked", actor's "performances are not seen that impressive", and direction, music and editing were flawed. They wrote "The lyrics though were soulful, but the music failed to package it for the audience, thus making the movie fall flat on the ground. The two lead actors along with the others too were average, giving less room to appreciate, forget about making good revenue over the box office." India TV reported that because of the same-time releases of Daawat-e-Ishq and Khoobsurat, this film and others did poorly at theaters.