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After witnessing a rape in her own household, Damini fights for justice for the deceased victim. However, she faces a bunch of challenges until she meets a disgraced lawyer who decides to fight the case and bring the culprits to justice.
Two boys travel a thousand miles to deliver three letters as a part of their film school assignment. However, little do they know that the journey they have embarked upon will give a new meaning to their life.
Unable to witness the injustice and brutality inflict on the residents by a tyrannical gangster, Katya, in a small Indian village in India; Kashinath alias Kashi decides to single-handily ... See full summary »
After bravely apprehending Boris (Aryan Vaid), Goa's Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ajay Sridhar (Sunny Deol), is gravely injured and hospitalized. He does recover, only to find that he can never walk again and must be confined to a wheelchair. He is subsequently discharged to the care of his wife, Anshita (Eesha Koppikar); brother, Sanjay; and school-going son, Yash. Frustrated by his confinement, he becomes edgy and short-tempered. After getting an Insurance Policy for 5 Crore Rupees he asks his wife and brother to plan his murder, get the money, and live a better life. Both reluctantly agree and follow his detailed plan. On the fateful day, however, Murphy's Law seemingly prevails, and everything goes awry.Written by
It has become common knowledge that Pathak's 'Right Ya Wrong' shamelessly rips off 'Above Suspicion'. Thus, the writers do not deserve much credit. Normally I tend t avoid rip-offs, but since it stars Ishaa Koppikar and Konkona Sen Sharma, I made an exception. Considering that this is a Sunny Deol film, one can expect some 'dishum-dishum' (translation: tacky Bollywood fight scenes) but the good thing is that it's toned down and once the movie moves passed that phase, it stays in thriller mode. The execution isn't exactly sophisticated. The writing is quite amateur (even though it's ripped off). Sunny Deol is a little too old for the part but where acting is required, he's surprisingly subtle and pulls it off. Ishaa Koppikar is very convincing as the adulterous housewife. Irfan Khan is passable. In all fairness to him, the characterization was poor. Konkona Sen Sharma is wasted. I wonder what an actress of her calibre saw in such a half-baked role.
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