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Bhashkor is not your typical Bollywood papa, and "Piku," directed by Shoojit Sircar from a script by Juhi Chaturvedi, isn't a typical Hindi movie.
While the movie has far more toilet humor than you might expect, the locations and overall sweetness of the performances make "Piku" a good winding-road pick.
Piku is a lovely film, which tells a compelling story created out of everyday lives. This doesn't happen too often, so don't miss this one.
Some sequences bristle with the emotional tension that can result from a self-centred single parent stifling his daughter's dreams, but they quickly dissolve into giggles.
Given the bloated junk currently clogging both Hindi and American mainstreams, such human-sensitive fare provides its own restorative, oddly pleasurable form of release. It slips down nicely.
This is a beautiful and often hilarious film about a love that lasts a lifetime.
[The] legendary Amitabh Bachchan brings both dramatic heft and lightness of touch to a showy role, but it is Deepika Padukone who emerges as the film's heart and soul.
Delivering a disarmingly natural performance, much like Piku, Padukone is the cog that keeps everyone else turning.
Piku is Shoojit Sircar's film. It's his way of celebrating forgotten cinema by Bengali greats.
A father and daughter hit the road to repair their relationship, but end up trying the audience's patience.
Piku is delightful, a cinematic rasgulla, dipped in the sweet, dark rum of life.
An emotionally rich and endearing film.
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