A dynamic young entrepreneur finds herself locked in a hotel room with the corpse of her dead lover. She hires a prestigious lawyer to defend her and they work together to figure out what actually happened.
I can only guess certain things, so let's start with simple things. This has a certain serious agenda at heart. One that is more than well meaning, one that actually matters. It is about women, their status (not just in relationships), but in society in India. But while that all is good and nice, it is also filled with quite some cliches. And here is the guessing: Since it has such a powerful woman front and center, it may have led to the makers to have to sacrifice on other fronts.
Another woman who is the second female lead is very ... well describing her performance/character over the top would be an understatement. Having said that, the ending may be controversial but I personally liked it. It dared something ... even if it felt weird. It felt empowering to a degree - though as I said I can understand if some feel it is the complete opposite. Good intentions but quite flawed overall in many respects
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