Joyjeet Das's Film Reviews
So, well tried Anubhav Sinha and all the best. But you need to stretch some more to touch the bar that is being set higher with time.
Hirani, undoubtedly, knows which tale to tell. He knows how to tell it and who to tell it with.
It’s unfair to expect Mehta to know all answers, but perhaps the writer duo could have created a few more poignant moments. Omerta is a film true to its intent, which will benefit many by its record-keeping. But yes, that feeling of wanting to know more and have more cinematic moments lingers.