the therapy session is a truly unique aspect of the movie. it is a very well-researched episode that is the crux of the entire movie. it is the part of the movie that i ve watched over and over again. but the therapy is not just the story - its the discussion that makes it different. in the beginning of the movie, kaira is not very forthcoming with her story. but when the therapist is ready to listen, she tells him what happened.
kailash kher is kunal kapoor s friend in the real-life. he is played as raghavendra in the movie. according to reports, there are scenes in the movie that are inspired by the real-life friendship of kailash and kunal kapoor. kailash is kunal kapoor s friend in the real-life.
the therapy scene in the movie is a very important part. this is where the co-producer first comes to know about kairas problem. raghavendra says that he knows the exact reason why kaira is hesitant to talk about sid. i m not saying anything against her, he says.
the movie begins in a film set where some action is about to begin. there is a lot of clashing of action with dialogues. a poorly-written dialog leaves one wondering if this was written for kaira or the therapist. a great example is when kaira comes to the therapist and says, if you will remember last time i was here, you made me have an orgasm! and he simply smiles and says, i did? kaira has two or three sex therapists, but seems to have settled on this one. it makes me wonder how much she was involved in her choice. he in turn is in an awkward position when she reveals she is depressed and has been to several psychiatrists and is seeking psychotherapy. how does he respond? with another question? or rather, with an immediate invitation to go home, to her family, and to her therapist?