`Delhi Belly` language might offend some: Abhinay Deo
Mumbai: If Aamir Khan feels his forthcoming production venture `Delhi Belly` will affect his image as a family entertainer, director Abhinay Deo says the language used in the adult comedy might offend a section of the audience.
"Honestly, I think a lot may get offended with the language used in the film. Of course, it`s completely youth oriented," Deo told reporters.
Releasing July 1, the film has been scripted by Los Angeles-based Akshat Verma, who studied movies at the University of California. Releasing July 1, it stars Imran Khan, Vir Das and Kunal Roy Kapoor.
"The script is outstanding. It`s so funny. As a director I could take that script and go further. It`s a very my kind of a film," said Deo.
Though it is coming just after his directorial debut "Game", "Delhi Belly" was shot first, and Abhinay assures that "`Delhi Belly` was shot before `Game` and both being films from absolutely different genre, treatment of the two films were completely different".