19 March 2011 | vvidyasagar
Indian film-noir at last
a little pruning would have made this film less tedious. the constraint, as many film buffs from Indian diaspora know, is the time. total filming was done in five days except probably for patch work. once you know the time constraint under which the film was made, you can better appreciate the picture.
the camera used for the filming was canon 5d.the picture is absolutely on par with the regular celluloid films and sometimes even more sharper.
anything about the script would only be a spoiler. you just can't classify it in either comedy or thriller. it's both.
only ramgopal varma could have done it and you can only admire the way he is able to reinvent the whole process of film making after being in it for over two decades.