By Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM

To recreate the bygone era is not only strenuous, but a challenging task as well. It's equally arduous to capture the essence of Bollywood of 1950s and 1960s with precision on celluloid. In that respect, Sudhir Mishra's KHOYA KHOYA CHAND succeeds in transporting the viewer to the golden era.

Although the story doesn't focus on any person in particular or highlight any incident or event, the director drops enough hints to draw parallels with real life characters. So far, so good!

Wait, you can't turn a blind eye to the deficiencies… KHOYA KHOYA CHAND looks like an assemblage of smartly executed sequences. You remember KHOYA K