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One of the greatest masterpiece ever made in the history of Indian Cinema.
if you want to see a lot of drama this is the movie. I like the predictible final. good actings.
Massan, I really liked the movie, It captures the rhythm of rural Indian town with its hopes and passion perfectly. It is a part of the new generation of indie films which are bringing realistic and sensible drama to the Indian cinema. Good direction and screenplay with some beautiful shots of Banaras. The casting is superb, got a few of my favourite performers, the ones who are great character actors.
Welcome to the beautiful part of Bollywood, actors like Sanjay Mishra, Vicky Kausal and Richa Chaddha were at their best in this movie.
Heartbreaking and beautiful.
Extremely superb movie. Brilliant direction, outstanding acting, heart quenching emotion, etc just can't stop appreciating the movie. Perfect relevance to the social mindset. Bonus: Fantastic music
One watches movies like these and begins to rightfully think, why do these creative masterpieces not earn the millions, the commercial catastrophes end up earning in a week?
A superb story with interesting characters quite well interpreted into a movie. Lots of taboo topics for the conservative Indian culture but well dissected here. Very unlike a Indian movie with a realistic story line and very real. A great watch and showing the true potential of Indian cinema
Deeply claustrophobic, which I would assume is the intent. It chokes, and asphyxiates, without any relief. I often wonder how to engage with this form of cinema, where any enjoyment in the filmmaking feels impossible and voyeuristic.