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Inkaar
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Inkaar

18 Jan, 2013
2 hrs 13 mins
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96 votes
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Rahul Verma (Arjun Rampal) and Maya Luthra (Chitrangada Singh) work at an advertising agency. Things take a dramatic turn when Maya files a case of sexual harassment against her boss, Rahul. The committee needs to look into the complaint and find out what the truth is. Will they able to find out the truth and more so, how will the agency deal with choosing between two of their most talented employees?
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Disclosure was a pulp thriller, interesting only as lightweight entertainment. Toward the end of Disclosure, Demi Moore, who plays the sexually predatory boss, says: Im only playing the game the way you guys set it up and Im being punished for it. ...Read full review
The whys are unknown (or maybe Chitrangadas bosom revealing sarees at work presentations are to blame), but Rahul and Maya start sleeping with each other during a work trip in Thailand. Rahul teaches his protge to present her pitches confidently, power dress and pronounce Chanel instead of calling it Channel. Mayas campaigns and well-earned promotions soon start to be viewed with suspicion by her agency colleagues. It also seems to her that Rahul is just not that much into her; there are after all many leggy models in the advertising world who are good at mango-sucking. ...Read full review
Instead of expounding on the opaqueness of this matter with sensitivity and substance, Inkaar trivialises something so serious and rampant as sexual harassment into a terrible joke. I wouldn`t have so many issues with Sudhir Mishra`s new film if it wasn`t so irresponsibly promoting Inkaar as something it`s not. Especially now. ...Read full review
You know those cakes that look gorgeous in pictures but collapse when they bake? Inkaar is like that. Polished-looking, its edges - the tension of feeling harassed at work, office politics, ego flashes - hold rather well. But its centre collapses in a soft mess. Featuring advertising hot-shots Rahul (Rampal) and Maya (Singh), Inkaar shows the heat and dust from work- place lust. It begins with Rahul and Maya meeting in a swimming pool after an old affair, seven years spent apart - you`d rather like to know what they`re saying, but in what becomes an annoyingly familiar move, their words are drowned by background music. Next, Maya`s promoted by the company where Rahul is CEO and was her mentor - and lover. ...Read full review