Writer: Ajay Bahl
Cast: Akshaye Khanna as Tarun Saluja, defence barrister of the accused
Richa Chadda as lawyer and public prosecutor Hiral Gandhi
Meera Chopra as victim Anjali Dangle
Rahul Bhat as Director Rohan Khurana
Shriswara as Kainaz Khurana, Rohan’s wife
Sandhya Mridul as Shilpa Saluja, Tarun’s wife
Kishor Kadam as Justice Madgaonkar
Kruttika Desai as Justice Indrani
Annuup Choudhari as Pramod Dangle, Anjali’s brother
Tanuka Laghate as Meera Singh
Kshama Ninave as Mrs. Dangle, Anjali’s mother
Nishank Verma as Shekhar
Notable film director Rohan Khurana (Rahul Bhat) is arrested and convicted by a sessions court after assistant costume designer Anjali Dangle (Meera Chopra) accuses him of rape. In the High Court, senior and talented criminal barrister Tarun Saluja (Akshaye Khanna) works hard to punch holes in the accuser’s claims, while Hiral Gandhi (Richa Chadda), a utopian and fervent lawyer fighting her first big case, who was once Saluja’s trainee, serve as the prosecutor and defence barrister of the claimed victim. Insisting that it is a case of an affair gone sour, Tarun Saluja points out that the law does not regard consensual physical relations as rape. Hiral Gandhi refuses to call it anything but rape, demanding justice to be served. Tarun Saluja states that Law is a fact, Justice is abstract. The case disputes the legal provisions of the penal code 375 that defines conditions under which a sexual offense can be defined as rape.
There was a scene in which Tarun Saluja explain Hiral Gandhi that how justice is left out while Defence, Prosecution and even Judge try to show themselves as best. As we can see before giving final verdict one of judge goes to balcony and see people protesting against accused and later on the charges are upheld against accused. This showed that judge didn’t want to tarnish their image by giving correct decision in favour of accused. The end line was perfect by Tarun Saluja ” We’re in the business of law, not of Justice”.