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Right Yaaa Wrong Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, March 12, 2010 • Hindi ]
Right Yaaa Wrong Review
Neerraj Pathak
Krishan Chaudhery, Neerraj Pathak, Puneet Agarwal
Monty Sharma


What is it all about?

What's old has been made fine and new in `Right Yaaa Wrong'. Writer Neeraj Pathak who makes his debut as an helmer with the labeled Bollywood action hero Sunny Deol and serious actor Irrfan Khan, takes a heist movie rife with familiar genre elements and turned it into a sleek, accomplished piece of work, meticulously controlled and completely involving film that manages to caste itself away from the routine `who done it' or a wife betrayal suspense, in fact this Mukta Arts presentation occupies an exalted position among the countless Bollywood films revolving murders. Bollywood show man Subash Ghai's this week call at the B.O. is a welcome ambitious study of the relativity of good and evil that stands apart from other films of its type by virtue of its extraordinarily rich characterizations and its thoughtful, deep take on honesty. You can't ask for a better captivating mind game this summer which in fact passes the screen test of being the dark horse of this week.

The Story.Of course

Ajay (Sunny Deol) is a brave cop. An unexpected incident takes place and he wants his wife (Eesha Koppikhar) to kill him. Will a wife agree to kill her own husband? Why does Ajay want to kill himself?

Ajay and Vinay (Irrfan Khan) were the best of friends, but an intense rivalry leads to a battle for supremacy. A dramatic confrontation ensues, where Vidya (Konkona Sen Sharma), Vinay's sister, chooses to support Ajay in this chase of mind games and Vinay has to fight it out.

What to look out for?

Just when it seemed that the modern showman of Bollywood was loosing grounds, the showman's company Mukta Arts bounces back in a sultry though not in sizzling style with unexpected humanity. Rarely in Bollywood do you come across mystery and a drama interwoven with real smart acting that draws your attention resulting in a captivating drama with a philosophical view which makes a decent impact.

The contrasts between the ways these two driven men go about their business in which one is honest with his responsibility and the other is honest with his feelings after coming to know about the betrayal of his wife is engrossingly done by Neeraj Pathak who right from the initial cop criminal action encounter where we are introduced to the brotherhood of Sunny and Irrfan Khan where Sunny is likable and is pleasant to see him doing some serious acting with conviction and Irrfan Khan giving a knock out performance especially in the second half when the film starts to elaborate itself from the routine and ends up on a philosophical note.

Neeraj Pathak delivers an interesting captivating piece of work that's equally impressive for its artistic and technical achievements. Ravi Walia's evocative lensing, edgy editing by Ashfaque Makrani.

Eesha looks gorgeous and Aarv Chowdhary is impressive.

What Not?

Anyhow, there are some areas of concern like the brotherhood between Irrfan and Sunny could have been more intensified. Why Eesha longs for Aarv Chowdhary is not explained and what drives Konkana to fight for Sunny is half baked and the talented actress gets less scope.

Conclusion: `Wrong Yaaa Right' is a captivating mind game drama having enough potency to deliver the goods for 2:10 hrs.

Rating: ***1/2


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