Gangs Of Wasseypur is India's answer to Quentin Tarantino. The film does not have a single dull moment. Realism has always been Anurag Kashyap's forte, but in a manner which Anurag has referenced violence using the ironic characters with breathless pace makes Gangs Of Wasseypur an exhilarating waku doki edgy movie experience. The movie is an epic tale of revenge, set against the backdrop of the rural coal-mining communities in Jharkhand and Dhanbad.
Thanks to critically acclaimed and successful films like Vicky Donor, Kahaani and Paan Singh Tomar, the parallel cinema has once again got his place in the heart of the audience. Gangs Of Wasseypur is another such film which will not disappoint you.
Gangs of Wasseypur delivers shock and delight equally. Anurag Kashyap's gritty snapshots of contemporary India gives the movie a real feel. The movie opens with Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhu Bahu Thi house, where Smriti Irani (Tulsi) is inviting us into her happy home. Before the camera pulls out, the television is silenced by a gunfire. Within seconds, from the fantasy world of soap opera, Anurag will take us to the cruel, noisy and brutish world of reality.