Home Delivery: Aapko... Ghat Tak, (2005)
If you look at the imdb.com entry for Home Delivery, I guarantee you will either be amazed, astonished, or downright confused. For starters, it lists among its characters Santa Claus and Page 3 Psycho. It also lists a load of people that you wouldn't necessarily expect (and I won't spoil the surprise). But aside from being a random, sometimes fun, assortment of crazy people, there's not much substance behind this popcorn flick.
To paraphrase, um... the Bible, I think - there is a time and a place for everything. There is a time and a place for serious Chameli-type films, and a time and a place for checking your brain at the door and enjoying a film without doing any serious thinking, just as there is a time and a place for Abhishek Bachchan to get his snack on. There isn't much serious thinking that the audience has to do during the course of the film; in fact, there isn't even that much for the characters. Still, the film varies between lighthearted and sweet scenes and too-many-subplots-and-holy-cow-is-that-Suniel-Shetty syndrome, a.k.a. A.D.D. And it varies quickly and whiplash-causingly. (Oh adverbs, how I love making you up).
The film focuses on (and I use the word "focus" loosely) a day in the life of Sunny Chopra (Vivek Oberoi, I'm not spelling your crazy name any other way), the daily paper's go-to guy on relationship advice. Ironically enough, Sunny is maintains a bad relationship with his father while also living in sin with his girlfriend/fiancee Jenny (Ayesha Takia). He's also supposed to be working on a screenplay for Karan Johar, which leads him to a Koffee with Karan spoof where he meets the Cleavage Queen of the South (Mahima Choudhary), who tests his love for Jenny. If you think this is complicated thus far, I haven't even gotten to Santa Claus (Boman Irani).
All in all, this film pits pretty wacky vs. pretty boring, but the cameos (supposedly the most of any Indian film in history) are worth it if you're in the mood for a mindless timepass.
As a final note, I was going to include a promotional still or something in this post, but all the ones I found were too... creepy.