So what is this uncalled, and also unsung, obsession in the writer and director Sriram Raghvan’s Andhadhun of keeping an audience present on the screen? Neither does this film consist of any complex outer unknown world or theories that its proper understanding requires an expositional character nor does its presence result in anything productive. Surprisingly, the film, instead of multiple weak links including performance from a caliber of such cast like Tabu and Ayushman Khurana, is a pure joy to behold. A gripping startling screenplay that layer after layer opens up with new clauses and rules that holds its audience with a good argument. Personally, I felt cheated after listening to these arguments. An open end, though is for interpretation, an unreliable narrator, more importantly a narrator that contradicts itself? It is not the first time I have fallen for it.