Saw it. A good and very measured film that does offer a fresh perspective on things. Not a film that wows you or is filled with scenes that take your breath away, but a film that makes for pleasant and relaxed viewing and one you connect with. I liked the tone of the film - breezy yet real and serious when needed. It's a lot like life itself, I guess. Like FAN, I liked the handling of the emotional and dramatic scenes - they were very natural and struck a chord without ever bordering on being melodramatic or resorting to emotional manipulation. There's been criticism about the film being overly long but the first half went relatively quick. It dragged a bit in the very end and Ali Zafar's part could have been shortened - those are my only few complaints. It's a highly performance-driven film that rests largely on Alia's shoulders and she is brilliant - very effortless & natural. This film consolidates her position as, easily, the best actress of her generation. The casting of Alia and SRK works in a big way for the film. SRK's entry gives the film impetus. Jehangir Khan imbibes quite a few traits that we see in SRK off-screen - he's charming, intelligent, wise and understanding etc. A proper supporting role where he leaves his mark, and gives a helping hand to the film, without ever overshadowing the lead or the film. There's not much mention of them but I also liked the other supporting characters - especially Alia's friend Jacky. SRK and Alia make a great pair, they just complement each other really well. Their scenes as patient and therapist were really believable. Would like to see them in another film.