Posted: 08 January 2011 at 10:01pm | IP Logged
DO NOT READ IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW
WHAT HAPPENED IN THE FILM!
I came out of the theater completely touched and in
tears. This film wasn't even about how well Rani did or how well Vidya
did. It was about humanity. I would recommend everyone who cares for
humanity and justice to watch this movie at least once if not more.
- My first impression of Myra (I think that's the actress's name)
wasn't a positive one. The way she came off at the premiere was a bit
rude and bitchy. But this girl proved me wrong. I think she really
resembled the real Jessica. She played her role so well that I wish she
had a greater time on the screen. She was a lovely girl who shared a
fantastic relationship with her sister. She portrayed her character
Sabrina - Hats off to Vidya. She played her role
very well. She was that simple ordinary next door girl. She is like the
perfect sister to Jessica. Very sweet and loves her family. I think no
one could have played the role as well as Vidya did. She was brilliant
throughout the film.
Meera - My queen is back! Rani was
BRILLIANT. I just loved when she came in the 2nd half and helped fight
for justice. That was a really touching part in the film. She brought
hopes alive for Sabrina. Her fight for justice really well portrayed. I
loved how she did everything and anything in her hands to help the Lal
family get justice and punish the murderer.
The rest of the cast
- I think everyone did their role brilliantly!
think this movie somewhat brought about a STRONG and POWERFUL message. I
loved how the media helped to get justice. It really frustrated me and
disgusted me when the witnesses lied and didn't tell the truth.
Especially the close friends of Jessica?
How could you let a murderer get away with committing such a sin? That
really disgusted me. Poor Sabrina tried all she could to get justice for
her sister, but she couldn't do it. That's where the media stepped in
and helped. If it weren't for the help of the media, justice would have
been denied. And I can't bear to see a murderer lose and free from his
crime. It's disgusting how money can make people lie and play with
someone's life. I'd rather take a bullet than have justice denied
especially for a friend. And I'm not just saying that, I mean it. This
movie brought across some good points!
I felt Rani had less
screen time and it was more about Vidya's character. But at the same
time Rani emerged as the 'Hero' of this film. She took on a part that
male actors usually do in Bollywood movies. Vidya's character demanded
more in the script because it was the fight for her sister's justice.
But I think Rani turned out to be the real 'hero' of the film. She
really helped and put in all she had to fight for justice, and at the
What made this movie a treat to see was not
because of Rani or even Vidya for that matter. It was the fact that is
was based on a true story and this incident really happened. I really
hope that through this movie it opens up people's eyes and teaches them
that just for money and bribery you shouldn't deny justice. I think it
was stupid in the first place to shoot someone merely because they
didn't give you a drink. Really upsetting the way it all happened.
this movie I wasn't really aware of the Jessica Lal murder case. After
seeing this movie I was disgusted by the people in our world. I'm glad
the murderer is serving lifetime imprisonment.
Rani & Vidya
both were very very amazing in this film. I hope that people can
recognize all the efforts that both these actresses (and the rest of the
crew for that matter) have put into this film. Even though the movie
became quite predictable it was def a worthwhile movie to see. I hope
that this movie wins deserving awards. It gave across a meaningful
message and I hope the audience is able to look deep inside the film.
Its not about Rani or Vidya. Its about the fight for justice.
sad to see that things like this happen in our world. Its disheartening
to learn that people like this exist in our world. And when justice has
been denied, that is even worse.
I really hope that everyone
takes out the time to watch it once. It deserves a round of applause!