Jaideep Ahlawat - who was so strong in Raazi - is terrific as the man unable to choose between saving his friendship and saving his affair, and he finally gives up and sits by himself, reliving his own old triumphs on YouTube. At one point the husband asks whether her affair began after one of their fights. Five years ago, these directors got together to make Bombay Talkies - four films with cinema as the theme - and the band seems better tuned to this format now, with each film better contained within itself as well as better suited to the others. Kashyap's film is about possessiveness. He is her husband's closest friend, and, as the night turns murkier, the cuckolded husband joins them at the beach-house. Her unbearably expressive face shows off her vulnerability but then turns inscrutable as a Sphinx. She enters into this clandestine affair with her eyes open, speaking of Amrita Pritam and Draupadi, and soon finds herself consumed by it, stalking the young man and wanting more, more, more. Secrets and mangoes are sliced open. We have just witnessed a man and a woman having noisy, sweaty sex and, when he heads to the shower and she chooses not to, he calls her dirty. There is a teacher coercing her student to confess his consent on tape, there is a cheating wife who liberates herself by spilling the secrets weighing her down, and there is a librarian who proudly owns her cleavage and the stares directed its way. His Hindi words - "Gandi, saali! A poster of the film courtesy NetflixIN Cast: This one is a broader comedy featuring a buxom librarian and a silly principal who believes Nabokov meant to write 'lions' when his narrator called Lolita the fire of his loins, but there is a tenderness and a sense of purpose that makes it special. Radhika Apte is convincingly unhinged, but Kashyap's uneven attempts at breaking the fourth-wall by letting her talk to the audience, or at caricature, via a professor who talks nerdily of monogamous penguins, come off too indulgent, as does the running time. Later, she considers herself and says she isn't that overweight, to which he parries, "As compared to?