Miraculously while constructing a heart-warming morality tale, the debutant writer-director manages to keep the tone purely and strictly non-judge mental. The director walks into one such hamlet to help us experience its dynamics. Rai portrays the world of religious bigotry as eminently reformable. In this sense, the film's core could be considered impractical. But the film's quest to convert the currency of communalism into a molten gold of harmony and peace is never questionable.
3 / 5