For a change Priti played by Chitrangada Singh is again brilliant and repeats her flawless performance similar to one delivered in Hazaron Khwahishen Aisi. She is a club-singer with the shades of grey not even thinking twice on her actions of deceit even. And when Irrfan Khan takes the shots then his character Arun the chartered accountant can be said an impressive one with his plausible looks of sophisticated working man with a dash of crook behavior thrown in. Character of Kuldeep played by Arunodoy Singh is a hoodlum of Old Delhi who is trying hard to settle down from his usual ways to a life of peace with his lovely wife and kid. Aditi Rao Hyderi who plays the character of Shanti gives a fine performance regardless of her sophisticated looks to match her role. Sushant Singh also lays well his part of a corrupt cop who embezzles people.
The film surely contains another aspect of Delhi with its famous lingos and dialogues though the songs are a little out of sync and screen jarring at times for the audience. The assembling of the cast had been done with hard work which is even noticeable but the movie is still a moody one, a very particular trait of Mishras films. Last but not the least, Sachin Kumar Krishnan as the films cinematographer successfully captures the metropolitan city of Delhi in an intriguing way. And a definite watch for all who have previously loved Sudhir Mishras work and still would like to see something new from him.