A decorated and disabled Police Officer becomes suspect in a double homicide.

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ACP Ajay Sridhar
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Ashok Samarth
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Arvind Vaidya
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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 rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Thrill but no suspense
14 June 2014 | by (India) – See all my reviews

One more Bollywood thriller is now available for watching. However it is not the routine run of the mill suspense-thriller. It is not an original story either. The narrator has borrowed the theme from the movie - Above Suspicion. All the same, he can be given the credit for indianizing it and making a grossly watchable thriller for the Indian Hindi movie audience. The director has revealed the suspense just after the crime. Leave aside making it a whodunnit mystery, he has not even allowed it to remain a howdunnit mystery. Audience is well aware of who did it and how did it, much earlier than the climax of the movie. Nevertheless the movie is interesting and able to make the audience sit on their seats till the last scene.

Sunny Deol plays the usual ideal(and superman like capable) cop who works in association with his colleague cum close friend, Irrfan. In between the initial action sequence of Sunny, the director starts unfolding the plot as if he is in a hurry. The infidelity of Sunny's wife and the loose character of his cousin give a hint of the forthcoming storyline. However a paralysed Sunny's making a scheme for his backstabbers to implement which should result in his own death, confuses the viewers, albeit for a very short while. This is the interval. Soon after the interval, the twist in the tale is very much within in the knowledge of the audience. Here the narrator demonstrates his commendable skill to maintain the interest of the viewer for the remaining part of the movie. Irrfan comes into active role, accusing his friend and colleague to mastermind a cold-blooded double murder and vows to get the guilty booked. Konkona Sen Sharma, his sister, enters the screen in the role of a sympathetic lawyer believing in the innocence of Sunny. Investigation, interrogation and trial scenes follow culminating in exoneration of Sunny and mental break-down of his dutiful friend, Irrfan who feels defeated and wounded with a painful sense of not being able to protect the honour of the law of the land.

The beauty of the narrative is that it fully justifies the title of the story. There are difficult moments in an otherwise straightforward and clean-hearted person's life too when he faces the moral dilemma of deciding what is right and what is wrong. Flowing with the events of the movie in the post interval session, the viewer starts feeling that both the leading gentlemen are right in their own ways and none of them can be labelled as wrong. Sunny's making his enemies work upon the plan of their own murder, mistaking it to be the plan of Sunny's murder, is simply breathtaking. And after the murder(s), the happenings and the developments in the story envelop the attention of the viewer in a different manner because the cat and mouse game between Irrfan(the cat) and Sunny(the mouse) is different from n number of such games shown in other movies. The cat and the mouse are emotional for each other and the bone of contention is only their individual perspectives of right and wrong and the storyteller has added spice to the already interesting tussle by bringing the cat's sister, Konkona on the side of the mouse. Despite lack of mystery or suspense, the eagerness remains for the climax. However the climax, though not a let down, is not so impressive as it should have been after a sensational court-room drama.

The events related to the double murder, reminisce me of a 1986 Sanjeev Kumar starring thriller - Qatl as well as another Sanjeev Kumar starrer of 1980, Be-reham alongwith Maharathi released in 2008 and of course, the Perfect Murder with its Bollywood takes on like Aitbaar, Hamraaz and Vaada. Yet it resembles them only in bits and pieces and overall it is able to carve a different niche for itself.

Right Yaaa Wrong is a food for thought also. Can ethical values and laws of the land be considered as absolute in their own right or they need to be given a second look according to the tricky situation at hand demanding resolution? Should an honest, sincere and loving person not be given a chance to judge them differently when life compels him to do an unethical thing or take the law in his own hand? And how should a dutiful cop think? Should he allow himself to get carried away by the noble and virtuous personality of the criminal or the etiology behind his crime and become a silent party to his crime by not performing his sacred duty of catching the law-breakers and presenting them before the court of law? The answers are not easy.

The lead characters - Sunny, Irrfan, Konkona, Eesha Koppikar as the unfaithful wife and the actor playing the backstabbing cousin; all have played their parts with utmost sincerity. Irrfan as always, is able to steal the show with his genius. Sunny has been given a chance to exercise his old and well-known action talent in the beginning part of the movie which he has done well, making his action fans happy. But more importantly, he has done full justice to the real, meatier role of a cheated husband and a loving 'n' caring father in the later reels of the movie as well. Full marks to him. Deepal Shaw(lady police officer), Suhasini Mulay(magistrate) and Govind Namdeo(public prosecutor) are also first rate.

The technical departments of the movie are up to the mark. Editing has made the movie crisp and engrossing. Sunny's wardrobe also needs a mention. The dresses selected for him give him a younger(though he is 53 years now) and smarter look.

Overall a good movie. Doesn't matter that it is a copied one.


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