Rangan talks about looking at the movie like a problem, and what was the solution undertaken by the director. The critic shows us how to find meaning in every single shot, identify the need and how it has multiple learnings for our life.

Baradwaj Rangan is an Indian film critic, writer, and formerly the deputy editor of The Hindu. He is now a senior editor of Film Companion. A member of the Film Critics Circle of India, he won the National Film Award or Best Film Critic in 2006. Before joining The Hindu, Rangan wrote for The New Indian Express. He has also authored two books, worked as a dialogue writer for the unreleased film Kadhal 2 Kalyanam, and is a teacher at the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai.