The fellow grouch and the unwitting aidGeorge points to another post by Uma that he, like Iago, seems to have incited. Since the subject was old friend Tarn Aadrsh1 and his views on Omkara2 (I will not increase the PageRank of the article by linking to it), here's an observation.
Mr. Adarsh is very well known for making the movie viewing experience wholly redundant by revealing in verbal Cinemascope, the entire story. In this review, this attempt was made by the paragraphs starting from Omkara or Omi [Ajay Devgan] is a gifted chieftain ... to ...where Omi finally realizes what he has done. Now, the line With the unwitting aid of Indu [Konkana Sen Sharma], Langda's wife, and the willing help of Raju, a fellow grouch,... seemed very familiar. A quick web search revealed this sentence (with minor variations) was all over the web, mainly in various synopses *before* the film was released (a lot of people, like TA, have used it later too!). Ultimately, it turns out these paragraphs were from the publicity material put out by the producers/distributors (I can't find the link to the page from Eros (I think) that clearly indicated this, but it's fairly easy to see from the contents of the official site as well as other sources).
What this means is that TA has been fairly unwilling to pen down an original synopsis of the movie in his own words, preferring to take the unwitting aid of the original distributor. I'm the fellow grouch, of course, and glad to be of service.
1. Read last post involving him.
2. Incidentally, I watched Maqbool in a theatre in the presence of both Taran Adarsh *and* Vishal Bhardwaj. Today, we're reunited, albeit virtually :-)