Rogan Josh review: Even as a benign thriller, this short film manages to clench you till the curtain falls
Updated : November 30, 2018 10:27 PM IST
A dining table is not just a venue for a great meal but is also an alcove where several memories, conversations, agreements, disagreements, banters and memories cook up.
Sanjeev Vig’s insidious shift of camera focus from his subject to the objects around reveals the plot gradually.
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