This movie has Priyanka Chopra at her best. She has successfully portrayed the emotional ups and downs faced by models in that glitzy world. Bhandarkar, as always, has managed to expose the nasty side of the glamour world without making it gross. The message is conveyed to us in an efficient way through some superb performances, teamed with unparalleled direction and a fantastic script. Kangana Ranaut has now turned it into a habit to accept roles that require her to be drunk and get beaten up. It would do her good to try new areas. Mugdha the new girl is convincing enough but is certainly not heroine material. One would really like to see her as a supporting actor and not more than that. The costumes were all fabulous-one must appreciate Bhandarkar's eye for perfection. The film shows how being in the glamour world can ruin your life when you just start winning the accolades. It also teaches you that depression and frustration levels are predominantly high here dur to the cut-throat competition and it often leads one to resort to illegal pleasures. The story of Gitanjali Nagpal can be felt in Ranaut's character clearly-no matter how much Bhandarkar denies. The homosexual culture prevalent in the industry also comes as a revealer-perhaps there is more than what appears to the eye. Who knows which of our heart-throbs are actually straight and who isn't? However irrespective of their sexual affinities, what really helps one to stay put in this field is constant dedication and determination with a little bit of talent thrown in. All those aspiring to make it big in the modelling world should give it a second thought after watching this movie. It does compel one to admit that our stars lead a very unguarded and exposed life as compared to us.