The difference between a good filmmaker and great one is that the latter is unafraid to experiment.
The outcome, however, is not always on the feasible side.
Anurgag Kashyap's No Smoking in all its ambiguous, bewildering, indulgent skin was collectively thumbed down for leading the viewer into a mindless, purposeless oblivion.
While a small cult may find it reverence worthy, No Smoking is essentially balderdash.
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