Arjun Rampal, Manav Kaul, Rajit Kapoor, Anand Tiwari, Madhu
Crime, Thriller, Drama
If you actually find something amazing during this film, then it’s the simplest performance of Manav Kaul. He has played the character of Veer Singh in a superb manner. Manav Kaul has died in different shades of his character. His body language and dialogue delivery is excellent and once again he has proved that he can play all types of characters easily. Arjun Rampal will also impress you as a lawyer. The presence in his court looks tremendous. Anand Tiwari has played the role of a government lawyer well ahead of Arjun Rampal. Madhu is a good performer but did not have much to do in the film.
The film’s story and direction is done by Bugs Krishna. Krishna has written and filmed the film’s court room drama in an excellent manner. To lose the time, the film Bina brings you the story. The scenes of the film manage to keep you hooked. Although later on, you get an idea of the story somewhere but still there is something that you come to know only at the end of the film. Overall, it is a good thriller film.
The center of the film’s story is Veer Singh (Manav Kaul) who is accused of killing the children of migrant laborers. When DCP Sunil Sachdev (Sameer Dharmadhikari) investigates the case, the suspicion of his investigation goes to former military officer Veer Singh. Veer Singh has worked as a detective. Veer Singh’s case is contested by famous lawyer Siddharth Jaisingh (Arjun Rampal) who has been told that if he wins Veer’s case, he will be given a Rajya Sabha seat as a reward. Then there is a trial in the cord room in which many new aspects emerge. Now Veer Singh has killed the children or is the killer someone else who is implicating Veer Singh, for this you have to watch the film.