And then we travel back in time. Seven years before this, he, bearded and cowboyish looking, is part of a bluegrass band and she is a blonde with a liberal sprinkling of tattoos on her. Their relationship gets sexual and intense, and Didier embraces the new reality of the kid coming into their little circle - whose outer ring includes members of the band. There is plenty of music in the movie but it blends beautifully with the structure (unlike in most Indian films where songs stick out). Yes, there are a couple of clichés -- the way he proposes to her on the stage with his band playing is one. In the end, the movie is pleasing and told with ease in just 109 minutes.