Kahaani- Film Review

Yet another great film for Vidya Balan. A pregnant software engineer from London searching for a missing husband. An innocuous-looking start has so many twists that it leaves you gasping. A taut script does not let up even once during the length of the film- that's unheard of in Bollywood, right? Only Neil Nitin Mukesh's debut film had that kind of crisp editing that I remember.

The cast of police and Intelligence Bureau characters is well-thought out, and the kids too have acted well. The atmosphere of Kolkata and Durga Pooja is captured well by the camera. The lack of songs is a great help in keeping the story alive and moving. Hats off to the director and editor. Truly absorbing and highly recommended.

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