Meera Gaity (Rani Mukharjee) is a blatant journalist presenting India to Indians. Jessica Lall (Myra Karn) is part of modern & progressive India. Sabrina Lall is just a regular town-girl. Small town influential politician’s son kills Jessica Lall over a drink after bar was closed. Mr. politician bends the system and his protege bureaucrats blame system for being bendable. Judges and advocates enjoy their privileges; What can they do the Lady Justice is blind. The efforts of Sabrina rest in vain until flamboyant Meera Gaity comes to her rescue. Climax and ending is really bleak. Possibly because their is no ending possible except happy ending. Meera Gaity uncovers all the dust.
This film is interesting in many ways. In a male chauvinistic society and uber film control board, Raj Kumar Gupta accepts an A certificate for showing that the Indian women too have a foul mouth. It is a big leap for Bollywood. At least we will not be tortured with funny curses.
The film has a fast paced timeline cutting all that is Bollywood. Rani Mukharjee, Myra Karn and Vidya Balan all did justification to real life characters. Raj Kumar Gupta and others like Vishal Bharadwaj and Anurag Kashyap have been mocking India’s political, judicial, media and public activism to great a accuracy. It would be interesting to see if other actresses come out and follow Rani’s crusade and how right wing India will receive it.