Shanghai audiences love us too!
Thrilled to get such amazing 5-star and 4-star reviews from the Shanghai audiences who watched our film at the 24th Shanghai International Film Festival and loved it.
It’s so good! The ending is not sudden but a gradual buildup of events throughout the film. I really like this method of storytelling, it seems that it is really a scene from real life, rather than story of a film.
An Indian drama with exotic flavours. Not everyone gets a happy ending but the scenery on the road is great, and in the end, its those who escape the fire that are actually burnt.
It’s pretty good-looking. The carefulness, cunning, joy and anger of ordinary people are portrayed quite well, its so real that I feel like I am looking at myself and my family.
A profound comedy where laughter and tears co-exist.
Each of the characters finds their own way home and so do we!
Funeral, debts, secret affairs, surprise pregnancy, caste differences – this and many other conflicts and subplots keep this film interesting. The film has a great pace and has a nice balance between young and old characters.
This film should be seen by everyone. Love the feminist angle of storytelling!
A great road film with elements of joy and sorrow combined.
The film is a slice of life – original, raw and just like life, it is full of unexpected events.
This film succeeds as a great road film! In each character’s journey, we lose a part of ourselves but discover another part of our selves which we had lost before. In a way, just like the characters, we journey through time – splicing, regenerating and moving towards a new life.
The film shows a lot of contemporary Indian customs and the soundtrack is amazing. There are so many nice subplots that I wish the film could have been longer and we could have stayed with the characters a bit more.