FILM ‘INDU SARKAR’ REWINDS TO EMERGENCY DECLARED IN INDIA IN THE YEAR 1975 :

June 25, 1975, is remembered as the date that marked the beginning of the Emergency, one of the most controversial periods of governance in independent India. Forty-two years later, National Award-winning filmmaker   Madhur Bhandarkar  has recreated the drama of that era for his forthcoming film, ‘Indu Sarkar’, that toplines Kirti Kulhari, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Anupam Kher and Tota Roy Choudhry. The film promises to delve into key events that dotted those 21 months between 1975 and 1977, when the government had the authority to rule by decree.  The film’s trailer, which released recently, shows glimpses of the political unrest and chaos witnessed during the period, the demolition drive and firing at Delhi’s Turkman Gate, police brutality, forced sterilisations and the rebellion of the opposition. With his penchant for realistic stories, Madhur has once again attempted to present a compelling narrative circling around Indu (played by Kirti), a woman who fights the system despite her weaknesses, and a couple of events pulled out from one of the darkest chapters in free India’s political history.  ‘Indu Sarkar’, presented by Bharat Shah and produced by Mega Bollywood and Bhandarkar Entertainment, releases on July 28.   The Times  of  India : 28th. June,17

 

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