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  • Despite the film’s languid pace, this one’s a winner — hair or no hair. It also reminds you that good people end up with good people, always.

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  • It's a bit disappointing then how Gone Kesh dilutes its sweet, straightforward momentum for a predictable climax and amplified sentimentality. Still, what it is conveying holds good.

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  • ...is an old fashioned film about real world issues that will make you smile as well as ponder at the same time.

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  • Debutant Qasim Khallow has made a positive movie on hope by touching the rare issue of alopecia where Shweta Tripathi gladly puts her hair down.

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  • ...is an important story to tell in the hair-normative culture we live in, where hair is seen as representative of femininity.

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  • Debutant director Qasim Khallow should be lauded for managing to contain this story within two hours. He also ensures the proceedings aren’t hurried and keeps one hooked even when the inevitable climax is predictable.

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  • ...goes slack with the drama at crucial junctures, which makes the second half predictable. Still, this film is enough of a joy. 

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  • ...I think that this story might have been better served as a short film. There isn’t enough meat here to merit a feature.  The craft also wobbles.

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  • The light touch that peppers most of the scenes feels misplaced, given the gravity of Enakshi’s condition and the association between beauty and hair. The shattering of self-image and the tragedy of Enakshi’s plight, given her youth, are barely explored.

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  • A sweet little film that makes several inroads into your heart. Touching, funny and everyone acts brilliantly.

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