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Its Smita Tambe's movie. Must watch.
The landscape looks wickedly daunting and sublimely grey - complimenting the scenes beautifully. However, it's Smita Tambe's show all the way as she portrays a plethora of emotions with enviable ease and not even for a second does she stray away from her character. In one scene where she compromises her values, so her kids' don't sleep hungry, she shows strength, vulnerability, sadness and helplessness all at one time and is brilliant. The film's grim - but it's sans any frills and that's where its appeal lies.