1 Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!
Best Film. Best Director. Best Leading Man. Best Supporting Cast. Best Dialogue. Best Music. Best Original Screenplay. Best Best.
Honestly, I don't want to repeat myself. (Read my rave review here
Just revel in the fact that the little girl at the greeting card store has a little mole above her lip, a mole rather similar to one that heroine Neetu Chandra shows up with later in the film.
Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! is the most detailed construction of duality in recent Indian cinema, and I'd vote for this one as our entry to any international festival -- it is, quite simply, the best detailed and most complete motion picture since 2006's Omkara, and that's as high as praise can get.
More crucially, very few masterpieces can be so goddamned entertaining while being mindblowing. Finger-lickin' good, this one.
Take a bow, Dibakar Banerjee. And thank you very, very much.
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