• Sircar’s film is a feel-good, emotional tale, involving human relationships. Rarely do we come across films we can call gems and Piku is bound to touch your heart.

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s film borrows most of its plot from Parinda, which is indeed one of the greatest films in the history of Indian cinema. Hence, Broken Horses can be treated as a one-time watch, just to relive Parinda. On a broader note, you can take a filmmaker out of Bollywood, but cannot take Bollywood out of him.

  • …a must watch for noir lovers and the end might just be the beginning of Dibakar’s next.

  • The film could do better if the script had been focussed on. Taking a cue from Bollywood itself, lengthy films without a great script don’t work in today’s age.

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