On a serious “No One Killed Jessica” hangover, “Monica” uses shades of Shivani Bhatnagar’s true life incident to make a dreadfully gripping movie. As in the case of many political dramas, there is a sinister politician and a female industrialist/socialite up to no good. But this film goes all out; the socialite here is a bi-sexual who successfully turns the protagonist into a bi-sexual too. Between the bi-sexual and unnecessarily vulgar love scenes, there is some good drama. But one is too grossed out and repulsed to notice. Divya Dutta delivers a bold and scary performance as a ‘Marge Simpson’ stereotype turned daring journalist. A beefed up and red eyed Ashutosh Rana plays the power hungry politician Chandrakant Pandit with ease. Hit by the harsh city life, Monica becomes a bad girl herself. She sleeps with the powerful politician and industrialist knowing exactly what she wants from them in return. Then why all the sad drama created to make the audience feel bad for her? In fact you end up feeling bad for everyone but Monica. At the end of it all, you wonder what the point of the film was. Watch it if you’re fan of pointless vulgarity and drama.