Irecently saw the Bollywood movie "Dil Dharakne Do" and was, unexpectedly, quite moved by it. Zoya Akhtar, the director, elicits strong performances from mostly all her actors but Anil Kapoor and Shefali Shah are like bolts from the sky: sharp, piercing dialogue delivery when needed; edgy and uncomfortable emoting throughout the rest of the film. Ranveer surprised me with his easy-going charm, and the facial expressions — otherwise a bit much in other movies — work here quite nicely. The thing that got me: the movie is ostensibly breezy with great eye candy, great cinematography and great music. But it is wise and knowing about how chronically dysfunctional most families are, and how, in the end, inescapably close, too.