Plot : Rahul Verma (Arjun Rampal) works as the CEO for KK advertising agency and at an award function he encounters Maya Luthra (Chitrangada Singh) and at the very first meet he offers her a job at his workplace. Rahul helps and directs Maya in her work and after a few consequences in their business trip Maya is now in love with him but due to some unnecessary and intimate disturbances with Rahul, Maya leaves to Delhi with overwhelming sorrow. After her 7 year comeback Maya is now matured in her thinking, ascended and also been engaged. She's been promoted as the National creative director post which is next to the CEO. Been suprised in her position Maya turns too bold and behaves rude with her colleagues and after many egoistic clashes between her and Rahul she files a sexual harassment case against him and is now the job of the agency committee to listen to both their versions go through the allegations and then decide who really is the culprit. The other part details both their past lives and who succeeded atlast.
Cast : Arjun Rampal had done a fine job within his limitations and proves that he is now a better actor when compared to his early stages. Chitrangada Singh looks hot and ravishing but somewhat lacks in her acting skills, she has done a decent job in her bold and typical roleplay but should have done much better.
Direction & Crew : Director Sudhir Mishra totally got wrong in his confused narration. The in and out of past and present storytelling doesnt work like he expected it to be. Though he's a very typical and sensitive kind off storyteller he failed to deliver the perfect impact on the subject. Few plots and scenes were quite ordinary and unnecessary. The film has been driven carefully till the pre-climax but after that its been completely riddled in an unexpected way.
Music seems quite impressive mainly the indie rock style in the songs totally worked out for the film. Some of them are hummable but takes sometime to get into.
Final Verdict : Inkaar depends on the way you watch it. This starts out strongly but the trite and hackneyed climax ruins the subject. I consider this as a one time watch and if you wish for a completely serious material.
My Rating - 2.5/5
-By Surya Komal aka KM