What's new: The fast pace keeps you at the edge of your seat, unlike a usual Bhansali flick, which flows at a leisurely pace; this one doesn't give you time to sit and appreciate the background and frames.What's not: But then Bhansali has borrowed a lot of frames and settings from his previous films like Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Devdas.
What's new: The dialogues are laced with expletives and sexual innuendoes. It gels well with the theme of the film that basically is a love story of two people from rival warring gangs.What's not: The dialogues flow like a poetry which is very typical of Bhansali.
What's new: The actress fires gunshots.What's not: Deepika's chunky accessories remind us of Aishwarya's jewellery in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.
What's new: The action sequences take you out of Bhansali's usual beautiful world of picture-perfect frames. The violent scenes though are shot aesthetically.What's not: In one scene Supriya Pathak chops off Deepika's finger leaving her in a pool of blood. Now, if you recall there is scene in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam where Aishwarya cuts her wrist and has a bloodied hand too. The scenes seem to have been picturised in a similar fashion.