For a filmmaker who started his career with a debacle called Trishakti, Madhur Bhandarkar has come a long way. After Trishakti, the Class VI pass school dropout made Chandni Bar which made the audience and the industry take note of him. The Tabu starrer won him accolades, success and a National Award but his next two – Satta and Aan – Men At Work – flopped. His fifth film, Page 3, was, in a way, a landmark film in his career, much like his second film. Then followed Corporate, Traffic Signal, Fashion and Jail. His tenth release in 12 years is this week’s romcom, Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, which has the potential to do in India more than the combined business of all his successful and average films.