If the makers of Uljhan were so bent on making a movie that begins in the middle
of a story and then oscillates madly between the past, present and future, the
least they could have done is to hire Arundhati Roy, twister of the tenses, to
write the script. Even then, Uljhan would have been no Oscar-nominee, but at least
it would have been a little more coherent.
Watching Uljhan, you would think, and probably not be wrong in thinking, that
Bollywood has taken leave of its senses. It begins on a dark, rainy night. A car
swerves out of control and crashes, and th....