According to Sarita Tanwar, “No One Killed Jessica is a must-watch because we all want to believe in the power of justice.” So damn true. (Read her full review in Mid Day here.) Sarita, now I gotta go see it!
P.S. While looking for a video clip to go along with this post I discovered that Rani Mukherjee had to apologize for using abusive language, showing her middle finger and smoking in a few scenes of the film. Are you serious? This is a film based on the real life murder of a model by a politician’s son in front of hundreds of witnesses who went unpunished for 7 years and someone has a problem with the actress who smoked and swore on screen?
How about we teach people not to shoot each other over drinks before we worry about how a little bad language may effect the next generation?