A movie with a difference... No terrifying terror shocks or nerve-splitting violence to add to the anxieties of an already panic-stricken Indian populace, but a realisation of the potential of the common man. Violence need not necessarily beget violence, that's the lesson learnt.
What is most remarkable about the film is the subtle yet penetrating way in which the messages have been conveyed. No tears, no shudders, no flinches. Only the power of the self and stirring words that can convey a powerful message.
Acting, direction, plot are all par excellence. One small hitch - maybe Deepal Shaw could have been substituted by someone with more dynamism.
The theme of using an anonymous voice to send a message to a large audience reminds one of Lagey Raho Munnabhai.
A must watch!