Sudhir Mishra appears in a weird space right now as a filmmaker. His preference for simple storytelling and real, complex characters in some big films led, and he tries to juggle his strengths with more mainstream elements in Inkaar. Nothing wrong with that, except that the result is a botched attempt unfortunately portrays a relevant topic, as Mishra to strike a balance between style and substance fights. The film begins with a promise, but a terribly loud background music, hammy actors and a cliched end ruin whatever chance Inkaar watchable had contemplated on.
The film campaign was screaming out of the plot: The CEO of an advertising agency accused of sexual harassment is the national agency creative director. The CEO, in turn, claimed that director is to backbite him from professional differences. The film begins with the company putting together a committee of four employees and an external facilitator (Naval), which made interrogate Rahul Verma (Rampal) leveled the allegations against him by Maya Luthra (Singh).

The film oscillates between scenes of the Committee interrogation of the two, and those that show what actually transpired between them. Writer Manoj Tyagi - a Madhur Bhandarkar specialist - borrows from all things Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network narrative style, with characters and the story told by witnesses. The result is almost as dazzling.

About Inkaar trying too hard to stand out in the most obvious way - Sachin Krishn the camera consists of a liberal display of style, without really complement the story published in any way. Editor Archit Rastogi processing is similar, flashy unnecessary in most places. In a pre-climax sequence, for example, the two protagonists have repeated an intensive, one-on-one talk in a bathroom, the light flickers disturbing. The desperate attempt to create mood is the fact that it uses more than a gimmick than a tool to help tell better comes ruined.

There are a few things for Inkaar. Shantanu Moitra score is pretty exciting, although you want a few songs not come about as abruptly. In Arjun Rampal and Chitrangada Singh, Mishra gets two actors who "look" the part, but that does not necessarily translate into good actions. To his credit, Rampal also makes within its borders, so that Rahul Verma at least credible.

Chitrangada Singh, on the other hand continued their lack of acting talent, one that seemed promising at one point, but the show got progressively worse. She looks like a million bucks, but the stops to distract you from their real role - that of an actor - to a point. Naval and character actor Vipin Sharma, Gupta plays the slimy, help earn some pluses for the acting department.

There are rare moments in Inkaar that click, like Mishra cheekily refer his own movie, when in an ad film screening for a condom brand Verma comes with the slogan, Iss Raat Ki Subah Nahi. The film will be, but not nearly this, or any other, Mishra film. If you are smart, you will reject the offer to watch Inkaar in multiplex near you.
Film: Inkaar
Director: Sudhir Mishra
Starring: Arjun Rampal, Chitrangada Singh and Deepti Naval
Rating: **

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