Nanki (Kiara Advani) is a feisty songwriter in her college band belonging to the typical “cool girl trope” that thrives on adventure, friendships, and attitude. She is dating the lead singer Vijay “VJ” Pratap Singh (Gurfateh Pirzada), who is also a spoilt brant from an influential family with a political background.
During one of the music concerts, Tanu (Akansha Ranjan Kapoor) - a newcomer from a small town tries to woo VJ much against Nanki’s disgust. However, the tables are turned when she accuses VJ of having raped her on Valentines Day. A distraught and unsettled Nanki decides to find out the truth with the help of VJ’s defence lawyer, Danish Ali Baig (Taher Shabbir).
Guilty Movie Cast, Release Date, Trailer, Songs and Ratings
While the #MeToo movement recently celebrated its first major conviction in the US, it has largely stalled in India. Except for a few choice cases, nearly everyone who has been accused of sexual abuse, assault, harassment, or misconduct has returned to their profession. Most haven't even admitted any wrongdoing, let alone work to put themselves on a better path. Instead, some have actively gone against their accusers with the power of India's archaic laws. That's in addition to ingrained misogyny and patriarchal mindsets, which translate into tasteless jokes and tone-deaf responses at its best. This is the environment for Netflix's newest film from India, Guilty, which is centred around an alleged incident of rape at a prestigious university in the national capital of New Delhi.
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