Watched Tumhari Sulu, an engaging "feel-good" Hindi film with some good characterizations and performances. The film stars Vidya Balan (playing as Sulu) and Manav Kaul in key roles, playing as wife and husband. Sulu ends up becoming a radio jockey, which is not looked at kindly by her elder sisters, partly because of jealousy and partly because they just want to assert their "controlling powers" over her younger sister by referring to social stigmas surrounding women taking up such a profession. Though her husband is loving and supportive, he also has his own confusions and dilemmas to fight with.
Vidya Balan is a wonderful actress and she played the role of Sulu brilliantly as expected, and I liked Manav Kaul's performance too, who was very convincing in the role of the husband who is torn between a stressful work life, various doubts and complexes, and a genuine desire to be "good husband".