Hi Kapil. One can file a Review for an error apparent on the face of the record ... i.e. an error made by Court contrary to what is clearly suggested on "face of the record" ... not an error that arises because a fact was not brought on record before the Court!
Prasad, if your litigation has already been put to rest by Supreme Court, I think I can safely presume that it has already been tested twice, more likely, even thrice. You cannot file a fresh case simply because you are "not satisfied" with the Supreme Court. Even if you are able to show new facts not placed on record before, the chances are very very very infinitesimally low that the Courts will permit you to reagitate the case afresh; res judicata: same dispute, between the same parties on the same subject matter: no, Sorry.
Even if you had a one in a hundred chance of reopening the matter, the first overwhelming question that'll face you is, could you have known the fact (that you now seek to raise afresh) with due care and caution when the dispute first arose? As you say, the gap is in your lack of due diligence and the law does not readily assist a party who does not exercise due care of his claims, or else the whole law of limitation (which is much less than raising new facts) would be rendered a farce,