No One Killed Jessica Hindi Movie Review

No One Killed Jesica

Releasing on august 7th

No One Killed Jessica Hindi Movie Review

Rani Mukarjee and Vidya balan comination movie, both are nice perfomarce in all diamention of the acting. killing looks of rani and emotionate actions of vidya balan(Gooood morning Mumbai..) awainting till rellease date

Release Date
January 7, 2011

Genre
Social / Thriller

Shooting Locations
New Delhi

Cast:-
Rani Mukherjee …… Meera Gaity (Reporter)
Vidya Balan …… Sabrina Lal
Neil Bhoopalam …… Vikram Jai Singh
Rajesh Sharma …… N. K
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub …… Manish Bharadwaj
Bubbles Sabharwal …… Mallika Sehgal
Yogendra Tikku …… Sanjit Lall
Geeta Sudan …… June Lall
Shireesh Sharma …… Pramod Bharadwaj
Samara Chopra …… Naina Sehgal

Crew:-
Director
Rajkumar Gupta

Producer
Ronnie Screwvala

Executive Producer / Co-Producer
Deven Khote, Zarine Mehta, Rucha Pathak, Siddharth Roy Kapur

Screenplay
Rajkumar Gupta

Dialogue
Rajkumar Gupta

Music Director
Amit Trivedi, His heavy-metal tracks form the right ringtone to this hard-hitting film. Case in point `Dilli Dilli’ and `Aali re’.

Lyricist:Amitabh Bhattacharya

Background Music:Amit Trivedi

Cinematography:Anay Goswami

Editor:Aarti Bajaj

Sound:Sanjay Maurya, Allwin Rego

Costume:Sabyasachi Mukherjee
Inspiration : Real life.

No One Killed Jessica Movie Synopsis / Preview:

Story: Based on the murder of model Jessica Lall (1999) in an uptown eatery in Delhi and her sister, Sabrina Lall’s fight for justice, the film showcases contemporary India as it is. The mockery of the legal procedure, the loopholes in the policing system, the corruption in the power circles, the vulnerability of the common Indian:
Sabrina’s ( Vidya Balan)) struggle — powered by the feisty journalist, Meera Gaity’s dogged investigation and the people’s crusade — brings life to newspaper headlines that still haven’t been forgotten. The film makes you feel angry, sad, frustrated, bitter about the umpteen flaws in our administrative and legal machinery New Delhi, 1999. The guns at Kargil are still blazing when another one goes off, this time in the nation’s capital. Jessica, a young attractive model, trying her hand at bartending, is shot dead at a celebrity party! Her crime – refusing to serve a drink after closing hours! The culprit Manish, son of a prominent politician, inebriated by a deadly cocktail of alcohol and a sense of entitlement, pulls the trigger in a fit of rage. With 300 of Delhi’s swish set present at the party, many of whom are witnesses to the murder, Manish looks all set to go to the gallows. Except, that it doesn’t quite turn out that way! Now, two women, Jessica’s sister, Sabrina and the feisty TV reporter, Meera will have to drum up every resource at their disposal to outwit Manish at his own game, if the truth is to have any chance of prevailing over money and political clout.Finally movie will rock box office or let wait and see.

Some more about movie:

Performances : Everyone done impressive act. If Rani is impeccable as the world-wise, hard-talking, foul-mouthed journalist, then Vidya’s common man (read girl) act is stupendous. The rest of the cast fits in perfectly in their respective roles and give life to roles.

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Story : Rajkumar Gupta’s is reality director who took newspaper headlines and added heart and soul to them.
Dialogues Delivery: It is a copy book Delhi(Delhi dilwalon ki) that comes alive on cinema screen. To the high-heeled social circut from the betel-stained thanas the lingo has true ring.

Cinematography : Delhi (dilwalon ki) looks beautiful, ominous, heartless all-heart, lovely and captured beautiful too.

Styling : Rani’s uptown TV journo garb and Vidya’s almost dowdy — and functional — dress sense are totally in sync with the story.