Shreyas Talpade and Kunal Kemmu who are doing what they do best. Yes, Ajay and I have known each other for 25 years. When I was young, Sameer and Ajay would spy on me, follow me around and threaten to beat up any boys who are caught talking to me. They were the big bullies and if I am single today, it is because of Ajay.
Tabu, Manoj Bajpayee in a poster courtesy Facebook Cast: What definitely isn't is a grasp on the mystery-thriller genre. Not every piece of the jigsaw puzzle that he juggles with falls perfectly in place, but he seems pretty adept at handling the tools and tonalities involved in the exercise. Missing is a flawed film, but with the two leads, Manoj Bajpayee and Tabu, at the very top of their game, it is reasonably absorbing, if not wholly gripping, in parts. Playing out in the interiors and on the grounds of a luxury hotel in Port Louis, Mauritius, Missing skirts around the inevitable pitfall of shooting on such a balmy, picturesque setting.
Okay, thanks for your answers, Johan. Much appreciated. Your emphasis on mitigating anger and resentment as a fundamentally essential task is a very Buddhistic (Eastern, in general version of Christianity, which I quite like (and an approach to Christianity that resonates with me). Reminiscent of Thomas Merton in ways. As is your view that Christianity is about a replacement of self with God. St. Athanasius said about the same thing. Are you Greek/Eastern Orthodox? You don't often hear notions of Theosis in the Protestant/Evangelical circles I grew up in. I see that as very much in the spirit of Hinduism ('If a man worship Brahman, thinking he is one and Brahman another, he has not true knowledge.')