The other night was watching KAI PO CHE! in a multiplex and as the film came to an end most of the audience stood up and clapped acknowledging perhaps the efforts that have gone into making it a movie to be talked about for long times to come, and the conviction that Abhishek Kapoor had in his product, the production inputs that UTV has provided, and the tight script based on the novel of Chetan Bhagat, indeed has led to the creation of a heady concoction. KAI PO CHE! indeed is a treasure trove of lessons for life and here they are:
Find a good teacher and life would be made
When a grown up Ali walks up to make his debut for India in the closing shot, and the number ten displaying on his T-shirt is a visual tribute to his Guru who laid down his life to protect his prote'ge' and one should keep on persevering if one has found a mentor, as he would leave no stone unturned to pave the way of success for the disciple.