Tara is deeply disturbed to see Rajat breathing on a ventilator, and leaves immediately.In the waiting lounge, Tara approaches Shiv, believing him to be a doctor, and asks for his advice.Tara Kapoor Desphande (Kalki Koechlin), a young advertising agent, also arrives at the hospital during the night after being delivered news of a car accident involving her husband, Rajat Deshpande (Arjun Mathur).She is consoled by Rajat's eccentric co-worker Girish (Rajeev Ravindranathan), but dismisses him abruptly.He later visits her at the hotel, and she shares her disappointment with her friends and followers on social media for having abandoned her.She commends Shiv for his composure, as he explains the five stages of grief to her.Tara is torn, as she believes Rajat would not want to take the risk, and seeks advice from Shiv. Malhotra, dismissing him as a pawn of the hospital board and the insurance companies who only care about making money and not the patients. Shiv lashes out angrily at Tara for not giving Rajat a chance at life.
The published reports revealed that Koechlin would be playing the role of the young, brash, and social-media-savvy Tara Deshpande.
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. 1979, 1986 © Harper Collins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Cite This Source "to be awake;" see wake (v.)).
General sense of "remain in some place" is from late 14c.; that of "to see to it that something occurs" is late 14c.
Tara takes a seat in the waiting lounge, and is joined by Shiv as the camera pans out.
Menon, inspired by her own personal experience, started working on the film's script with Ruzicka.