There's a certain quality to your writing which makes it very interesting, but only in snatches.
It would help to not approach the review as an opinion checklist of various departments of the movie. Further, one can argue that it isn't the reviewer's duty to narrate the context of the movie to the reader.
It'd be great if you could just write about what aspects affected you and make the whole piece have a flow to it.
The one paragraph explaining Bhaskor was plain brilliant.
Shoojit Sircar obviously believes in the old adage that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. The catch is that Sircar's interpretation of the adage is not gastronomical but scatological. Kudos to this brave man for a film that uses the alimentary canal to reach the viewer's heart.
The movie opens in the Banerjee bungalow tucked away in Chittranjan Park in Delhi, where we meet Piku (Deepika Padukone), a talented, beautiful, young architect whose seemingly perfect blueprint for life is being used as toilet paper by her 70-year-old, hypochondriac father, Bhaskor Banerj....