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I am a huge fan of Umesh, loved his work on Vihir, probably the most profound movie in the past 10-15 years of Indian Cinema. I once ran away from home when I was 14 and somehow Vihir took me back to those confusing days, those days still perplex me and Vihir gave me many answers and the water symbolism was terrific. Valu was perfect too, with the whole idea of free spirit was amazing. Deool was good though i felt it could've been a little tighter, but anyways Umesh Kulkarni is my favourite filmmaker in the current Indian cinema circuit. I once told one of my friends, he is the Kiarastomi of Indian Cinema and quite co-incidentally he too likes Kiarastomi. I wish we could have a few more directors like him and then who would need to visit those film festivals for good movies when they could get released at a theater near you.

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