Guilty or Framed? Take the 'Drishyam' quiz
Play detective and solve the Drishyam case. Here is a list of facts. Follow the clues and decide whether Vijay Salgaonkar is being framed or if he really is guilty.
She knows that her son is in trouble, the last time his phone was on, gets traced back to the area where Vijay Salgaonkar lives.
However, Vijay claims that he wasn’t at home or even in the vicinity on the given date and time.
Officer Gaitonde vouches that it was Vijay Salgaonkar whom he saw, driving away in a yellow car, which also happens to be the same car that Sameer drives.
When questioned in the investigation, all the members of the Salgaonkar family including their young daughter testified to having been in Panjim on the day that Sameer Deshmukh went missing.
All the proof, all the witnesses stand with Vijay and support his claims. But Meera believes that he is lying.
Vijay is an honest, honorable man who could never be involved in any such case. Not only Martin, all the neighbours in the small town believe that he is innocent and is being framed.
Something smell fishy here? To find out if your conclusion is true, catch the film and the real killer at a theatre near you this Friday.