Section 375 is scripted by Manish Gupta It was the January of 2011. The President of India >> Read More... and directed by Ajay Bahl If there is any director who drew the attention of >> Read More... . The film is produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak Born on July 1, 1987, Abhishek Pathak is an eminen >> Read More... . Clinton Cerejo Clinton Cerejo is an Indian singer and music produ >> Read More... composed the music. Sudhir K Choudhary cranked the camera and Praveen Angre edited the film. The film has the star cast of Akshaye Khanna Akshaye Khanna is a popular Indian film actor. He >> Read More... , Richa Chadda Richa Chadda is a new and sultry Indian actress. S >> Read More... , Rahul Bhat Actor Rahul Bhat got noticed for his talent with h >> Read More... , Meera Chopra Meera Chopra is a well-known actress in the South >> Read More... , Kruttika, Shriswara, Kumud Mishra Kumud Mishra is a well-known name in the arena of >> Read More... , Atul Kulkarni Atul Kulkarni was born in the year 1965 in Karnata >> Read More... , Tanuka Laghate Tanuka Laghate is an Indian Film Actress, Writer, >> Read More... and Arjun Singh.
Anjali is a costume designer and she calls director Rohan Khurana Rohan Khurana is an Indian actor born on the 1st o >> Read More... to her home to show him the costumes for the next project. The director goes to her home in the morning. In the evening, he is getting arrested for sexually harassing her. When the case moves to the court, Tarun Saluja appears for Rohan. Hiral Gandhi, the former associate of Tarun appears for Anjali. Who wins the case? Who is lying, Anjali or Rohan? Watch the film for the answers!
Akshaye did his best. His casual looks and dialogue deliveries are top-notching. Richa Chadda, Rahul Bhat, Meera Chopra and Kruttika did justice to their roles.
Manish Gupta has perfectly scripted the courtroom drama and Ajay Bahl did his job perfectly. The character designing and artist selection are perfect. The courtroom setup is neat and the dialogues are outstanding. The director has composed the scenes in such a way that the audiences are glued to their seats. When people think that the courtroom dramas could be boring, as they deal only with a particular point and case, Section 375 is an exemption. The BGM and the cinematography added some weight to the film.
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Section 375 is a perfectly scripted drama with a lot of emotions. For the performance of the stars, the film gets extra stars.