Have you seen the film " No one killed Jessica Lal " .. is it not an eye opener?
Asked by subhash, 24 Jan '13 04:53 pm
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Yes, it's obviously an eye-opener. 'No one killed Jessica' is definitely a very good start to the new year. A brave film, it definitely has an impact. I just wish the film was grittier, and a bit more stark. Hard-hitting movies based on real-life incidents has always tasted mixed reactions at the box -ffice. Jessica Lal murder case has been the talk-of-the-nation for last decade or so. Vidya Balan, as Sabrina Lal, sizzles in an understated deg-lam role. She brings a sense of grit and determination to the role, and makes one empathize with the anguish and will to fight the system come what may. Rani Mukherjee on the contrast, is the exact opposite. Her character of a journalist is perpetually on a hyperbole, yet is a cleaver pivot to Vidya's subtle nature. In a way representing all those TV journalists who risked lives to bring the truth out in the open, she sometimes tries too hard...!Answered by Dil Se, 24 Jan '13 06:09 pm
Nahi dekhi :(Answered by Giaa, 24 Jan '13 05:36 pm
I haven't seen it.Answered by Avantika, 24 Jan '13 04:56 pm
I have seen the film. It is a very brave effort. Rani Mukerjee did a wonderful job.Answered by kishore malhotra, 24 Jan '13 05:38 pm
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