The guilty conscience expressed by Rawal on not being able to do anything worthwhile in his life is in a way an insight into most Indians. The general sense of frustration and defeat felt by the middle and lower classes is beautifully shown by Menon and Irrfan. Soha at times looks and talks stiff. The end could have been less dragged-it brought us close to yawning. One noticeable character was the man who played Kadam. His performance was controlled yet expressive. The movie sure makes you think and reach out to those who suffered and survived. A movie worth a second watch.