# The film often reminded of Black Friday, esp. in the way it approached crowd scenes in real locations of Mumbai.
# Concept is novel, thought-provoking, and makes you brood about the end of the story long after the reels have run out.
# The way the director captured various faces to give the audience a general feel of the Protagonist's ambience was fascinating.
# It was surprising that Rajeev Khandelwal wasnt given a very broad scope to perform despite being the central character. He did justice to his role though.
# The film thrilled to bits, Even though it was quite predictable at places.
# All the actors (most of them) being debutant added to the fresh aura of the film.
# Songs were used very effectively. Special mention to the English song (Twas classy!) used in the beginning.
# Some of the actions taken by both protagonist & antagonist are not properly justified (Or perhaps they did have a reasoning, but unexplained in the narrative)
# The Film spoke through its Camera-work. After a long time I witnessed something as Such.
# Villain's character (essayed very nuancedly by Gajraj Rao) needed more of highlighting.
# A subtle satire at how generally the Muslims are looked upon at added to the story's potential (Not sure whether it was true-to-life or not)
rating - ****