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No one killed jessica
Jan 26, 2011 02:45 PM 4489 Views





The title was interesting. The trailers surely promised a narrative that would give you goosebumps, which is why I wanted to watch this movie. But it disappointed.

Script: Was stretched out of proportion. Drama is a part of bollywood, but there is a way of portraying it.

Direction by Raj kumar Gupta, not exceptional. The movie just failed to have an effect on the audience. Where with a true story like this one, I should have been shattered/scared/nervous as well as relived finally when justice was delivered, all at the same time. Instead I just sat there, waiting for the movie to come to an end.

Storytelling, I didn't like it much either. One scene just did not flow into the other. None of the characters were built up.

Acting. Well now this was something I was looking forward to.

Rani: Was good. Nothing different from her previous roles. Could have done much much better. She hardly had any role, to build her character.

Vidya: She had almost all of the movie to herself. I was looking forward to watching her, as the distressed sister. But her acting fell flat. I agree that the role was demanding, and Viday has the potential, but this one she just did not do well. Some variation in expression? If not a change in expression to depict that you have gone numb, some change in the dialogue delivery? No? Everything was just too monotonous. You as an audience just could not feel her pain, her anguish, her distress, her frustration. Where were all these emotions?

The only scene I liked is, when Vidya's father reacts to the news of his wife's death. The only scene, in the entire movie which gives you goosebumps.

Myra: She didn't have much to offer. And so towards the end, they let her shoot her model profile for free. Why was that part at the end needed? Didn't the director give her enough of screen space?

A very disappointing movie. The only saving grace being the music of the movie. Very nice job done by Amit Trivedi. Nice background score too, but not well backed up by the direction and acting. I'd say don't bother!

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