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What's more interesting is his insight into how extreme gender inequality is in Indian society. The film's moody noir sheen may help it travel beyond the domestic market, where it stands small chance against mainstream entertainment.
The film left me with a feeling of overwhelming tragic waste. The conflict zones that are the family and the city of Gurgaon becomes a microcosm for depicting wastelands of all kinds-literal and metaphorical; physical, psychological and emotional.
Unlike its namesake city, Gurgaon isn't messy enough and doesn't leave you gasping for air. But it provides a temporary taste of the dark side.
Shanker Raman's film is an interesting look at the backdoor dealing and violence that keeps the money flowing among the upper classes.
Shanker Raman's Gurgaon has thrills, twists and a dark storyline that can give you goosebumps. At times it's a little too slow for comfort, but even then the visual detail and visceral content of this thriller make it a very enriching experience.
Pankaj Tripathi's sturdy, brooding performance brings out his best while Ragini Khanna rises up to her character and delivers an impressive performance.
Relentlessly grim and morbidly obsessed with the idea of punishment, Gurgaon suffers from an overweening emphasis on producing meaning.
Cinematographer Vivek Shah's gloomy frames highlight the mood of the film wonderfully. If only this was enough to redeem the film.
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