Friday, 12 March 2010

Sunny Deol RIGHT YAAA WRONG is riveting thriller: Movie Review




STARRING

Sunny Deol, Irrfan Khan, Eesha Koppikar, Deepal Shaw, Aryan Vaid, Konkona Sen Sharma, Govind Namdeo, Sanjay Singh, Ali Haji, Ashok Samarth, Vijay Patekar, Kamlesh Sawant, Arvind Vaidya, Khusbu Gupta and others.

STORY

The plot of the film has two outstanding Goa cops Ajay Shridhar(played by Sunny Deol) and Vinay Patnaik(Irrfan Khan), who are not only best friend but also there is also an undercurrent of rivalry between them. While Ajay is media savvy and loved by the media, Vinay works by rule book and keeps away from limelight.

While Ajay believes in the philosophy of giving a chance to criminals to get themselves reformed, Vinay is more concerned with his official duties. Though, Ajay Shridhar is good natured but when it comes to hard core criminals, he becomes very calculative and does not give them any chance.

Another habit of Ajay Shridhar, which separates him from other cops with Goa Police, was his own concept of right and wrong. Come what may, Ajay would always stand for those things that he thought to be right by his own yardstick.

Ajay is married to Anshita(Eesha Koppikar) and has a child. He adores his wife and child and can go to any extent to keep them happy. However, by a strange twist of destiny a day comes when he asks his wife Anshita to shoot him. and adulterous wife is not averse to doing the same.

Anshita is an independent modern woman, who is interior designer by profession. However, her life takes a turn for the worst when an unexpected incident takes place in her life.

Radhika is Vinay Patnaik’s sister but has her own yardsticks for judging anything right or wrong. She is lawyer by profession but when crunch comes, Radhika goes with the views of Ajay rather than her own brother.

What happens after that and whether it was right or wrong, is revealed in the later part of the flick.

Irrfan Khan’s towering performance has made the flick really a riveting thriller in the post interval period and the audiences would love the flick. However, IPL cricket matches and the ongoing examinations of the younger lot could restrict its prospect at the box office. A good fare.

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