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well it wouldn't be right to comment after watching just a handful few movies this year and I should also not forget that we are talking bollywood here. now since I've only watched Gangs of Wasseypur which i felt could've worked wonders with a tighter screenplay, Paan Singh Tomar which also lost a bit of it's panache in it's second half though i'm glad we are moving in a right direction with biographies like this one and Harishchandrachi Factory and Kahaani which I felt was the biggest cheat a director ever pulled on it audience and the only thing I liked in it was the editing and camerawork. Now amongst these movies I'd say Manoj Bajpai and Irfan Khan lead the pack with that amazing talent they have which is still to be explored by our directors. The guy who played the reporter in Paan Singh Tomar is undoubedtly the best supporting actor this year. And the best Director is definitely Tigmanshu Dhulia for the delightful Paan Singh.
I quite like your review of Kshay and I'm looking forward to it and Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Parineeti Chopra are definitely the faces to look out for in the coming years

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