To an outsider, it looked like a family holiday. But to the one looking from Hrithik’s wounded and troubled heart and his lonesome eyes, one could see the pain, the effort and the joy of getting his family back together.
Technically, the film is sound with the action scenes being first-rate. However, Siddharth Anand loses his grip on War by being generous with 36 extra minutes. Pankaj Kapur did the same mistake with Mausam with a run-time of 168 minutes!
After 30 minutes into the film, director Vikas Bahl goes astray, focussing too much on drama rather than making the teaching a realistic affair. The slant is more on appealing to the emotions than dishing out a crisp plot.