Once again, I think I'll let the film speak for itself:
Bittoo Boss (Hindi, dir. Supavitra Babul, 2012)
Starring: Pulkit Samrat, Amita Pathak, Rajendra Sethi, Mohan Kapoor
Worth Revisiting? You know what? Yes. I was disappointed that I couldn't love the film -- it doesn't have the effortless charm of films like Vicky Donor or Band Baaja Baaraat, the story is kind of messy and episodic, the supporting characters don't make much of an impression, and there's some not-so-great acting happening at times. But. I really loved the music, and the film has such heart, as well as a hero who truly is a nice guy. The premise -- a videowala who dreams of making films beyond the ones he takes of weddings and other ceremonies -- is solid, even if the execution is uneven. There are some really lovely moments in this film, and it's just too bad they weren't strung together into a more cohesive whole that I could love. That said, I think I'd watch it again, and I definitely want to see what both Pulkit Samrat and Supavitra Babul will do next. Perhaps the second time will be the charm?