News Helpline | January, 18 2013
Verdict : must watch for all the corporate world freaks
In a corporate world where it’s about making money and achieving success at any cost, we ought to make relationships with our co-workers of similar or opposite sex. You pass a comment like ‘hey beautiful’, ‘I wish I could have met you before your fiance’, to make the environment cool and casual. The point over here is how one perceives such comments? To make it worse, some times it is termed as sexual harassment. Sudhir Mishra’s ‘Inkar’ gives you an insight into the working environment of the corporate world where the a member of the board of an advertising company Maya played by Chitrangada Singh, alleges that the CEO of the company Rahul depicted by Arjun Rampal, indulged in sexual harassment.
Its a story about two leaders who rules the world of corporate, Rahul is a CEO of one of the leading ad agencies, and Maya is an ambitious and budding protege who is been hired by Rahul as a Copywriter. One fine day their professional relationship turns into personal relationship, but without any kind of commitments. Maya finds herself being the butt of jokes in the office for sleeping with Rahul, while he sees Maya getting too possessive about him (though he isn’t even her boyfriend). Frustrated, Maya moves to Delhi and then to New York to better her career and to get away from her too-familiar co-workers.Once back, things start to get even worse., Maya too become National Creative Director (NCD) and an official board member of the Company.
Now because of the corporate world there were living in, because of the industry in which they were working, and because of many personal issues between them, things got worse and eventually it took a complete dramatic turn where Maya lodged an official complaint of sexual harassment in the Company. The board committee hired an agency, lead by Mrs. Kamdar (Deepti Naval), to hear the story from both the sides and to find out whos really telling truth and whos telling lie. As the story moves on further, the case is getting more and more complicated, where one just fails to judge anybodys honesty. The real truth and the final conclusion of the sexual harassment case, forms the climax of the movie.
Artist Performances –
Actor Arjun Rampal has done a tremendous job as a mentor and an advertising genius of the corporate world. He has given a far better performance than his previous flicks and one would surely acclaim his act. His body language, his dialogue delivery, his attitude, his expressions, and many other features deserves a good round of applaud.
Chitrangada is seductive and like in two of Sudhir’s brilliant flicks earlier, she has given a commendable performance. Her curiosity and hardwork portrayed for the company represents every small town girl who honestly believes in hard work and wishes to make big in the industry.
Vipin Sharma, Deepti Naval and Gaurav Dwivedi have also performed brilliantly in their supporting role.
Technical Aspects –
The director Sudhir Mishra does his brave bit to salvage the movie. Shantanu Moitra’s music is very good in the background and the songs like Maula tu malik hai and Darmiyan, sounds good to ears but wouldnt find a place in your imagination. Sachin Krishn’s cinematography is good.
Last Word –
I’ll go with three and half for Sudhir Mishra’s brilliance. Despite its unfavorable conclusion, the flick holds you till the end and portrays a decent drama altogether.
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