Take one scene out of the film and the film won’t work. It will collapse. And no, not for it has a tightly packed screenplay, if anything I would insist that the maker doesn’t hold back in enjoying his own product. He entertains his premise more than he should entertain his audience. And maybe that’s why I feel that the writer and director Sriram Raghvan’s Ek Hasina Thi is a raw personal adventure that only focuses on himself and yes, of course, his characters. There were moments where I was scared to death when the film cajoles outwards and the perspective shifts without any warning. But Sriram is smarter when it comes to juggling his characters. They are so busy and satisfied within themselves, similar to his outlook towards the project, that then and then you know that her writing is consistent with those universal five questions.