And, that is not my only gripe - I expected Nair to be more thorough. Much like those English chants of 'Kill him, kill him' in the Hindi version of Kamasutra, she has done a rather shoddy job on the edges. How can you have a Telegraph - The Unputdownable ad set in 60's in Kolkata? I grew up seeing that ad launched in the 90's. And, was I the only one who found it odd that there was a boatman singing during the final rites of Ashoke? And, how come a pivotal scene of the train accident and subsequent realization (the core of the whole Gogol theme) was shot like this was real low low low budget C-grade movie?