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  • ...might not be a perfect film but can be termed as a bold attempt nevertheless.

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  • As it is an 'imagined biography' of the writer, we were left with the nagging thought that the writer of 'Mastram' had not made him as intriguing, mysterious and naughty as one might have hoped.

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  • No surprises into the nature of Indian sexual desire disturb Rajaram’s orderly journey, and Bagga’s limp performance makes the character even less interesting.

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  • The film that had a lot of potential, but what's missing is the 'woh wali baat'.

    39

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  • There are so many ideas here about writing, sexual desire, fantasy, hypocrisy, the artist in the market-place, but they remain unexplored. Mastram is an opportunity lost.

    39

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  • The re-creation of an era, and why this series became so successful, which could have lent the film some heft, is wholly missing from the story.

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  • Director Akhilesh Jaiswal, who wrote Gangs of Wasseypur, seems unable to make up his mind as to how to firmly hold the narrative in his directorial debut Mastram.

    29

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