The film Dilli Breakbeat explores Asian electronic music in India’s capital - a city which the vast majority of Delhiites agree has changed remarkably over the last 10-15 years. The film starts from this premise and explores the Asian electronic music scene within its home, which somehow, despite its rapid modernisation, still has deep connections with its rich history. Perhaps the Asian electronic music scene and the individuals involved are in many ways a reflection of this Delhi? But, on the other hand, are they more than just products of their environment? Dilli Breakbeat attempts to tackle these questions head on, examining the many factors that have given rise to the Asian electronic music scene in Delhi. It explores how the scene has been influenced and continues to be influenced by the UK, the contemporary and cosmopolitan identities of the individuals involved and how the music and the scene can be considered products of cultural globalisation among other things. Through footage from live performances at venues such as Elevate and Fabric and interviews with musicians such as the MIDIval PunditZ and Bandish Projekt, DJs such as Sundeep and Dhruv and a variety of individuals who are involved in the scene, Asian electronic music in Delhi is not only introduced, but these deeper themes are delved into. The film was debuted at the British Council, Delhi and screened in the UK at the Portobello Film Festival in 2005.