'Inkaar' shows sizzling chemistry of Arjun-Chitrangada
Arjun Rampal and Chitrangada Singh will be seen onscreen for the first time. Sudhir Mishra has directed a film called ‘Inkaar’ that will release in 2013. The film features this lovely pair. It is being produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures.
The film is based on a novel concept- sexual harassment at work place. It belongs to the genre of suspense thriller and the issue that it addresses is quite universal.
Sudhir Mishra is an award winning director for the film “Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi”. It has also been reported that Sudhir Mishra wrote 3 scripts to make sure that the best is made into the kind of film he wanted ‘Inkaar’ to be.
The film will hit screens on the 18th of January. Its first trailer is out which indicates the bold quotient of the film. Arjun Rampal plays a character named Rahul Verma, who is the Chief Executive Officer of an Advertising Agency. Chitrangada plays a character by the name Maya Luthra, who is a talented copy-writer.
She is helped by Rahul and she jumps to the position of National Creative Director. Maya is shown to achieve a lot at her workplace in too soon a time.
The rest of the trailer complicates the understanding of the plot. It shows Maya filing a case of sexual provocation against Rahul whereas Rahul is shown to deny all the allegations and counter attacks her to have used him.
To remain true to the plot the film has been shot in two real agencies, however, the two have now requested the makers of the film not to mention them as ‘location courtesy’ in the end credits as the film portrays the industry in a bad light. A source confirmed this saying, “both the agencies requested him (Sudhir) not to do so as they did not want to be associated with the film. They are afraid that it might backfire.”
The two actors are good looking and have lean bodies that have helped them strike a good chemistry onscreen and the first look of the film definitely indicates that.
The script of this kind of a film definitely demands some skin show and a few bold scenes. The dialogues in the film’s promo have been scandalising. There is a line in the film that is as such, “He’s taught me everything, that does not mean that everytime he walks in, I just spread my legs.”
chemistry and the interesting plot will surely increase footfalls at the theatres.