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Excellent watch - Irfan gives a stellar performance
Watched it in the London Film Festival yesterday. Its a star of a movie. Great tight script, super acting, and great direction. All the actors have done a great job but Irfan is just magnificent- he is turning up as the next Nasruddin Shah
Everyone in the cinema seemed to enjoy the movie and the director got a nice applause in the end.
My worry is that this movie might not get a wide release, specially abroad - I hope UTV does it best to publicise and release it as much as it can.
Well recommended !!!!
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