Good film. The story isn’t that great but atleast here you have a director and an actor that understand the value of silence. Nana Patekar is Nana Patekar as usual. I have yet to see Nana in a role other than that of a slightly mad, junoon-chadha-hua character, but then I’m not complaining because he really knows how to play that well.
The film, while being gripping, isn’t extraordinary. There are some wonderful scenes like the one where he’s talking to the gangster while dropping his wife off. Dialogue was good, action was slick. No complaints. Ending was acceptable.