No, it is wrong. The tip of the small tower on the lower right of the roof indicates clearly that the environment is lit from topright.
You can even draw a clear line as it is a exposed top-point and determine the exact sun direction.
The actor is lit from topright.
But those are not the point in this image i guess. Those are clearly 2 photographs composited and the fire/smoke/debris are made with Blender. So unless you are already on a professional level in photo retouching there´s not really a way to change any of the lights.
However, for future projects it´s something you want to keep an eye on, to have realisitc lighting, as you see it´s the first thing that jumps into peoples eyes.