By Subhash K. Jha, Bollywood Hungama News Network
There's something to be said about this sensitive slice-of-life cinema. And it's this. You really can't keep a good man down.
Returning to the ambit of the dull working class protagonist that he almost patented in Bheja Fry, Vinay Pathak delivers yet another bravura performance as a man who learns to live only when he learns he has to die.
The premise done to death (pun intended) in films as disparate as Akira Kurosawa's Ikuru and Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Anand, gets its power and glory from the simple yet never simplistic narrative that grows on you...piece by piece....just as the lessons of life creep up belatedly on our hero Amar Kaul.
With every dying day he lives a little more of that life he leaves behind. Though the film'