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After bravely apprehending Boris (Aryan Vaid), Goa's Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ajay Sridhar (Sunny Deol), is gravely injured and hospitalized. He does recover, only to find that he can never walk again and must be confined to a wheelchair. He is subsequently discharged to the care of his wife, Anshita (Eesha Koppikar); brother, Sanjay; and school-going son, Yash. Frustrated by his confinement, he becomes edgy and short-tempered. After getting an Insurance Policy for 5 Crore Rupees he asks his wife and brother to plan his murder, get the money, and live a better life. Both reluctantly agree and follow his detailed plan. On the fateful day, however, Murphy's Law seemingly prevails, and everything goes awry.Written by
There is no such thing as right or wrong, its simply a point of view
Coming from the house of "Mukta Arts" one would expect a quality cinema. Lets not forget the glorious days when they entertained us with Hero, Karma, Ram Lakhan, Saudagar, Khalnayak etc. Right Yaaa Wrong (I hate the numerology fetishism Bollywood has succumbed to!) barely misses a mark to qualify itself as a B-grade thriller thanks to Sunny Deol, Irfan Khan and Konkana who have lent their names to this project. A suspense-thriller strongly warrants 100% from the writing department and a taut execution - precisely its here the movie falters. In addition it succumbs to the typical Bollywood melodrama making it even worse.
ө Sunny Deol:: The action-scenes donning the cap of the cop was good. The moment he is confined to wheel-chair, the character loses the punch.
ө Irfan Khan:: As usual "the devil may care" attitude to the camera works in his favour, and Mr. Irfan knows it. Good performance if not excellent.
ө Isha:: Passable.
ө Konkana:: Why was she there in the first place?
ө Deepal Shaw:: I guess the romantic track with Irfan Khan got chopped on the editing table. She would have nearly qualified for a blink-n-miss role.
ө Parikshit Sahni:: Now this one was a real blink-n-miss appearance.
The cat-and-mouse game between the lead actors was so childish and so were the court-room scenes (straight out of 1970's, if I dare say!).
Be rest assured the TV rights will be sold asap to recoup as much moolah as possible, so I recommend you watch it then and make your own judgement if I was Right Ya Wrong.
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