Reviewed by blacksnakemoan
on 11/09/2016 22:48

Despite the odd iffy supporting character and some TV-drama infused hanky-wringing par excellence that intrudes on Kalki Koechlin's incredible performance, you can't help but be swallowed up by this hugely affecting film that depicts disability in a refreshing, positive manner, where it is actually just one of the many facets that define the protagonist. Refreshing and very heartfelt. It works.