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This observation is completely based on this review; I have not seen the film. It seems that protagonist, Rustam, is more interested in being a good example in front of his son, and may not be inherently overly honest ( jo dekhega wahi seekhega so as long as he does not see him doing wrong, Rustam may not act honestly all the time). Expecting Rustam to be honest during full reel length is not necessary. Again, based on this piece.


Good thing about your reviews is that there is no star rating method, up to the point and very genuine.

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