Giving in to intense media pressure, the Home Minister in Delhi finally instructs the Central Bureau of Investigation to depute Special Officer Siddhant Chaturvedi to travel to Jhanjhar, Bihar, and work together with Pratap Kumar to try and locate three medical students from M.K. Gandhi Medical College. The three students, Gautam Sharma, Dhirush Patel and Dinu were in Jhanjhar to celebrate Dusshera and were scheduled to return back to Delhi. Ramesh Jain, the student Union President, informs the media that the trio were arrested by Jhanjhar Police and since then their whereabouts are unknown. Jhanjhar Police deny that the students were ever there, and are hostile, compelling the CBI to bring in more agents. While differences crop up between investigative tactics of the two agents, upper Caste Hindus, aided by the police, target the fearful Dalits and lower-caste Hindus, brutally torturing them and setting their houses on fire. With the entire local community refusing to come forward ... Written by
There is no honour in honour killing
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This movie is a scene-by-scene copy of 1988 Hollywood movie Mississippi Burning. See more
In independent India, even today, many lovers... like Dinu are killed in the name of honor killing. Every day, in the name of religion and caste people are divided as untouchables and outcasts. Even after so many years of independence... has India really got freedom? Well, in Dinu's story, there was one change for sure. After so long, some people of the high-caste kept their friendship with a poor man. After so long, some high-caste people... took a bullet on their chest for a Dalit...
During the rolling title credits, the sound of a moving train is heard as a continuation of the ending scene. See more
Remake of Mississippi Burning
Isak Se Meetha Kuch Bhi
Music by Pritam Chakraborty
Lyrics by Irshad Kamil
Performed by Ajay Jhingran
, Kalpana Patowary See more