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||IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 from 6,383 votes
||Release: 7 January 2011 (India) /
||Genre: Crime, Drama, Foreign, Thriller
||Director: Raj Kumar Gupta,
||Stars: Avijit Dutt, Maanvi Gagroo, Mahesh Bhatt, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Myra Karn, Neil Bhoopalam, Pallavi Batra, Rajesh Sharma, Rani Mukerji, Ranjit Batra, Satyadeep Misra, Sushil Dahiya, Vidya Balan, Vintee Bansal, Yogendra Tikku
||Synopsis: Devastated when she is told that that her sister, Jessica Lall, is shot dead by Manish Bhardwaj, the son of Pramod, a Congress party Member of Parliament in Haryana, Delhi-based Sabrina Lall, in the company of her parents, attends the Court to view a charade that will lead to the acquittal of the accused and his accomplices seven years after the incident. Disillusioned by rampart police corruption and inefficiency; a stagnant British introduced legal system; the passing of her mother & the hospitalization of her father, she retreats unto herself. Then foul-mouthed NDTV employee, Meera Gaity, known for being more of an activist than a Journalist, takes an interest in this incident, and uncovers conspiracy & corruption that led to the accused' acquittals - leading to a near India-wide protest. While preparing herself to participate in a candle-lit procession at Delhi's India Gate, Meera will confront Sabrina and will come to know the reasons why the latter refuses to be involved in this... Written by rAjOo ([email protected])
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It's a good movie.
That's not just my opinion. All the people leaving the 75% occupied
theater had the same feeling. One of them clapped when the movie
finished. Others were silent admirers.
I understand it's not the best way to start a film review but what's
the point in beating around the bush when something is clear from the
onset. It feels really good when you are looking forward to a film and
when you watch it; it not just delivers just what you wanted it to
deliver but also surprises you with something additional.
To start with, No One Killed Jessica (NOKJ) is not just an ordinary
film. It's a film with an imperative story to tell and a gigantic point
to make. It shows a ferocious face of the society but it also shows how
sometimes hope comes in from an unforeseen source.
Starting with a slightly protracted monologue by Rani, NOKJ takes you
back to the 1999 case mentioned above and opens one page of history
after another. The first half is 100% based on truth, the second half
goes a bit filmy adding some necessary Bollywood touches to the story.
The good thing, however, is that the story has been kept near original
as much as possible. How Jessica was killed, how the witnesses turned
hostile and how the judicial system responded to the whole thing. The
filmy twist is Rani Mukherjee taking control of the proceedings to
bring justice to the Lall family. It might not have happened the way it
is shown in the film but it did eventually happen.
Vidya Balan has done an extraordinary job. Languorous body language as
the nerdy girl, poignant expressions of a broken yet determined sister
and angry demeanor of someone who has given up hope; she has handled it
all very well. It's difficult to say that its one of her best
performances because with Ishqiya, she has raised her bar too high to
better. Nonetheless, almost flawless. The costume designer has given
her shapeless masculine clothes which add to the barefacedness of her
I am not a Rani Mukherjee fan but I have to admit that she too has put
up a wonderful show in NOKJ. The first surprise was her look. She looks
matured but certainly not bad. She was never skinny but here she oozes
sex appeal. Surprising, as far as I am concerned. Her performance is
very vigorous. She has restrained herself from going over the top which
has helped the cause. Her chemistry with the co-star Satyadeep Mishra
as her boss is very natural. She is one actress who is very good at
swearing and she gets a free-hand at that in NOKJ. Her portrayal of
Meera; she is probably playing Barkha Dutt here; is a woman who is
opportunistic, street smart and a self-proclaimed bitch. Rare.
Supporting cast is perfectly assembled. Rajesh Sharma has grabbed the
most powerful role of his career; much stronger than Ishqiya and Khosla
KA Ghosla. Satyadeep Mishra is also good in his cameo and should get
bigger outings in the future. Geeta Sudan as Jessica's mother is
brilliant in a couple of scenes. Samara Chopra as Naina Sehgal is the
best of the lot. Her court scene with the lawyer is stunning.
I loved Rajkumar Gupta's Aamir and was looking forward to the
director's next outing. Just like Aamir, he has picked up an
interesting and important subject and has treated it in a similar
unglamorous way. He will probably never work with Yash Chopra and Karan
Johar. I particularly liked the director's attention to detail in this
drama. Showing Windows 98 on the monitor screen in old scenes, old
Pepsi logo on the walls, absence of mobile phones etc. were small
things which could have been overlooked. There was a minor hiccup
though when they failed to spot IDEA mobile's banners in the background
of a shot. Cinematography could have been better though. Unnecessary
addition of some humor could also be avoided.
What happened to Jessica Lall could happen to any of our friends or
family. We all live in similar societies at the end of the day. If we
are not immune to such events, we need to have the courage to stand up
for our right and fight for it till the end. It might not become a big
success, films like this don't. It will still remain one of the finest
films to come out of Indian cinema lately. More so, because it covers
an important subject. For me, it was a much needed relief after the
underwhelming Tees Maar Khan experience.
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, Myra Karn
, Neil Bhoopalam
, Pallavi Batra
, Rajesh Sharma
, Rani Mukerji
, Ranjit Batra
, Satyadeep Misra
, Sushil Dahiya
, Vidya Balan
, Vintee Bansal
, Yogendra Tikku
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