New Delhi: Rating-*** : Cast-Arjun Rampal, Chitrangada Singh, Vipin Sharma; Director-Sudhir Mishra; Music-Shantanu Moitra
In a corporate world where it's about making money and achieving success at any cost, we ought to make relationships with our co-workers of similar or opposite sex. You pass a comment like ‘hey beautiful', ‘I wish I could have met you before your fiance', to make the environment cool and casual. The point over here is how one perceives such comments? To make it worse, some times it is termed as sexual harassment.
Sudhir Mishra's ‘Inkar' gives you an insight into the working environment of the corporate world where the a member of the board of an advertising company Maya played by Chitrangada Singh, alleges that the CEO of the company Rahul depicted by Arjun Rampal, indulged in sexual harassment.
Lest the situation goes out of hand, a meeting-cum-hearing headed by a member of the women's social welfare society takes place in a conference room of the office. In legal terms, we can say both- the petitioner and the culprit get an opportunity to justify their actions in the presence of their office colleagues.