• The slapstick portions involving Uttaman should have been crisper and given that by know we are familiar with Kamal’s tics, his performance as Uttaman doesn’t hold any surprise. But the actor more than makes up for it with Manoranjan; he doesn’t strain to make the role more empathetic and it is a remarkably restrained, heart-tugging performance from an actor who, at times, has a tendency to overplay his roles. We come to care so much for this character that by the time the film ends, we realize our eyes have become misty.

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