Right Yaaa Wrong Hindi Movie Review
Right Yaa Wrong has a tag line…What is Right? What is Wong? Who will decide? Then the film essays… Who is Right? Who is Wrong? Is this action thriller film Right or Wrong? You, the audience will decide.
Ajay Shridhar (Sunny Deol) is a brave and an intelligent police officer. He is a
great friend and peer to another cop Vinay Patnaik (Irrfan Khan). There is mutual admiration between them and also intense rivalry for supremacy…a sort of intense professional competition to show that “I am much better than you”.
By a strange quirk of fate, an incident occurs which provokes Ajay Shridhar to enact his death (or does he truly want to be dead?). But, again as the fates would have it, he wants his wife Anishta (Eesha Koppikhar) to kill him. Will she agree to kill her own husband? Why would Ajay want to kill himself?
In this powerful mind games between Ajay and Vinay, there enters Radhika Patnaik (Konkona Sen Sarma), sister of Vinay She is a divorcee and a practicing lawyer. Why does she support Ajay and not her brother?
With increasing doses of dramatic confrontations, the thrilling intensity of
chilling intrigue leads to an exciting yet unanticipated climax.
Sunny Deol is at his best in a film that gives him ample scope to showcase his acting skills. Irrfan Khan, as usual, is methodical and underplays a powerful role. Eesha Koppikhar is appealing and performs well in an author backed role. Does Konkona Sen Sarma have a personal personality at all? In every film, she perfectly goes under the skin of the character she plays. Does she always live other’s lives?
Aryan Vaid and Deepal Shaw are quite adequate. Kiron Kher and Anjan Srivastava are their usual selves. Sanjay Singh, Ali Haji, Khushbu Gupta,
Govind Namdeo, Ashok Samarth and Kamlesh Sawant do fit their roles.
Neeraj Pathak has made a truly thrilling film which the film buffs of that genre would not mind to lap it up. The screenplay and dialogues are good. Cinematography by Ravi Walia adds to the chill of narration. Monty Sharma’s music creates the right moods. The film is technically well made and the production values are high.
The website http://www.rightyaaawrong.com/
Says, “The most chilling racy thriller which shakes you up and keeps you on the edge of your seat till you know…What is Right? What is Wrong?… And Who will decide?”
Now, you go and watch the film and you decide whether the film is Right or Wrong.
The Cast and Crew
Sunny Deol, Irrfan Khan, Eesha Koppikar, Aryan Vaid, Konkona Sen Sharma, Anjan Srivastava, Kirron Kher, Deepal Shaw, Shaurya Chauhan, Sanjay Singh, Ali Haji, Khushbu Gupta, Govind Namdeo, Ashok Samarth and Kamlesh Sawant
Director: Neeraj Pathak
Producer: Neeraj Pathak, Krishan Choudhary, Puneet Agarwal
Music Director: Monty Sharma
Cinematography : Ravi Walia
3 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar