3 min read.Updated: 14 Mar 2015, 01:10 AM ISTUday Bhatia
Navdeep Singh returns with the relentless, pitch-black ‘NH10’
Have we entered Bollywood’s long dark night of the soul? First there was Ugly, as miserable and cruel as any Hindi film in recent memory. A few months later there was Badlapur, the bleakness of which was only partly alleviated by the generosity of its parting gesture. And now, fresh from a close shave with the censors (there were nine nicks), comes Navdeep Singh’s NH10, a film that will put you off highway driving, helping strangers and visiting Haryana.
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