Piku resembles that cut of pie you never realized you desired until you had a little taste and afterward couldn\t get enough. This is one of my supreme most loved motion pictures of the most recent decade and every time I rewatch it feels new as the first run-through. <br> <br>Deepika plays a wild, free, solid Bengali lady flawlessly. Never briefly you feel that the lady playing the character isn\t a Bengali. This is Deepika\s best presentation by a wide margin. <br> <br>Piku has the most inconspicuous romantic tale we have seen on screen in some time. Deepika\s science with Irrfan is shining and I wish they had more scenes together. What would I be able to say really regarding the late incredible Irrfan Khan Sahab? There has never been in any way similar to him and don\t think there will at any point be in any way similar to him again. Rana comprehended her like nobody else and he was by all accounts the simply one ready to manage her dad. At the point when Piku requests that Rana stay back for a couple more days, that is her method of saying she enjoys him a ton. Recall this is a solid and convoluted lady who wouldn\t get the telephone of her colleague if she didn\t feel like it and doesn\t trust in allowing second opportunities. <br> <br>The vehicle ride to Kolkata is the point at which the genuine fun starts. The reckless and obtusely legit taxi stand proprietor is the ideal foil to his travelers; the socially off-kilter father and his troublesome girl. The connection between the dad and little girl is the spirit of the film and reveals to you how profoundly parent-driven our Indian culture is contrasted with some others. The film couldn\t have ever had a similar vibe without Anupam Roy\s music to pull at your heartstrings, particularly the Sarod subject by Pratyyush Banerjee. Much obliged to you Shoojit Sircar and Juhi Chaturvedi for this total diamond!