A film to watch for its direction, action and screenplay. Actors have done justice to their roles. Not to forget Rani Mukherjee’s performance is screaming time and again in the movie that ‘Guys take me seriously, I’m back’.
As everyone knows what the actual plot is. It’s based on ‘Jessica Lal’s murder case’. I think people who hadn’t followed the case then or don’t remember what exactly happened by the end of it or just don’t know what is it all about-should watch this movie.
There are few more reasons why one should watch the movie:
- To know what really goes behind the scenes of a crime investigation-when there are big shots involved.
- To see how victims and/or witnesses falling in the category of middle class and lower middle class are broken down.
- To realize how the judiciary system works. Our systems are so bleak and lethargic. Not that this is the only movie portraying it all but yet again it refreshes our memory from other films as to how corruption is deep down the throats of our country.
- To witness yet another debacle of trust and integrity by the people from whom you’ve expectations.
- To also note how one can lose control over things and can do something wrong even if the intention was not the same-Just to prove one’s power and satisfy one’s ego.
- To see how the mango man can come together and make a difference-it’s just about feeling it and standing by your conscientious.
It’s heart breaking and disappointing to see how money and power plays the game with our psyche and needs. Few dialogues that present the reality, like:
“मुझे 1 करोड़ और 1 गोली में चुन्नने के लिए कहा गया था . मुझे पैसा नहीं चाहिए पर एक गोली भी नहीं चाहिए”
“मैंने 70 लाख लिए थे उस पर हाथ नहीं उठाने के . उसमे क्या है ? सब खाते हैं ,हमे अपना घर चलाना है”
True. But it clicks us only when it happens to us otherwise our initial reaction is “Yet another murder, yet another case”
I don’t know if this movie entitles to a ‘must watch’ status but one should have a look for its great presentation.