Durga and Vikram Singh have been married for years. Vikram has taken to crime in a big way, and as a result has antagonized a rival gangster, Jaggi. Durga gives birth to twins, and Jaggi steals one of them, and sells him to a bootlegger, Pascal. Durga is upset when she finds her son missing, but is devastated when Vikram abandons her. With a lot of difficulty, Durga brings up her son, Kishan, and has given up on finding her other son. Kishan has grown up and is now a dedicated police officer. On the other hand, Pascal has exploited Amit, kept him illiterate, doing petty crime, and alcoholic. This gets him in confrontation with Kishan, but ironically the two settle their differences and become fast friends. Vikram is still alive, and is not aware of his two sons and wife being alive.
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Niamh D (us) wrote: This is an incredible film. The acting is superb but what's really interesting to me is the ambiguity and the questions that it raises about character's motivations and actions. I saw this film with two other people. Each of us had different ideas about what was going on and why. An interview with the actor showed another completely different perspective. The more that I thought about it the more I realized how unusual and brilliant this film is. I saw a detailed, intimate portrait of a character and left with many questions and yet didn't feel frustrated. It made me think. In a great way. Do see it with people though. You'll love the debate later.
Eliana S (nl) wrote: A really sweet film that was really well-done. I really enjoyed it. :)
Chris W (it) wrote: The most realistic and gritty look at a dysfunctional family since Robert Redford's Ordinary People. Anne Hathaway is devastating. One of the best films of 2008.
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