Judicial review of administrative action is viewed as the fundamental feature of our Constitution, which can't be annulled even by practicing the Constituent power of parliament. It is the best cure accessible against the administrative excesses in the event that the organization attempts any work under discretionary power conferred upon it either by statutory standards or under the Constitution of India. In case that there is maltreatment of administrative discretion to have any private benefit or settle its score because of this discretionary power, at that point, the only alternative before the public is to approach judiciary under Article 32,226 or Article 136 of the Constitution of India. The principle motivation behind judicial review is to guarantee that the laws established by the governing body fit in with the standard of law. At the same time, Judicial review has certain limitations.