You might be OK. It sounds like the power brick died. The power brick sends only 5v/12v DC power to the unit. You most likely have fried the power brick and I would recommend borrowing a friend's to test. This should resolve your issue.
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If the disk is dirty, you may try to clean it. Rub a small amount of toothpaste gel onto the disk with your fingers, rinse with luke warm water, and dry thoroughly before putting back into your Wii.
Verify the problem isn't with the Wii itself. Make sure that the Wii you purchased will play a different game. (Wii Sports would work fine.)
If the game disk is a pirated or burned copy your Wii has to be modified to read those disks.
i believe the voltage in India is in the 230-240 volt range here in America around 110 volt if that is the case you might need to talk to the Nintendo repair center http://www.nintendo.com/corp/distributors.jsp i wish you the best of luck
Since you said the light isnt red or green im assuming its not glowing at all, and in that case you most likely over worked your adapter like i did. All you need to do is unplug the cord thats connected to a gray box from your Wii, and follow the cord out the other side and unplug it from the wall. The gray box is the adapter and if you leave it unplugged for a couple hours then hook it back up to the wii, the light should come back on, although in my case the light is now yellow when its off instead of red.
it might be a problem with the power converter. make sure the wall socket the wii is plugged into is working properly and you don't have a broken fuse somewhere. try a different plug to see if you can get the wii to power up at all, if not you might need to buy a new power cable.