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The film's title doesn't suit the film.
The film is slightly over-dramatic and if toned down, could have been a much more beautiful film.
Irrfan is at his usual best apart from certain scenes where he is beyond Irrfan as well.
Deepak is brilliant as usual.
Pankaj has a cameo and that was the sad part.
But it's Radhika Madan who steals the show more. Oh you beauty, what a performance. I can't believe it's the same girl who took on the role in the movie 'Patakha'. I have fallen for her.
The film's story isn't any sort of an extraordinary journey of characters but the screenplay is definitely a roller coaster ride of emotions. A well made 'Bollywood' film.
Let us respect the film and be true to the ratings irrespective of the loss of Irrfan. A movie worth your time.
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