Important to tell today's generation about the Emergency: Madhur Bhandarkar

Carla Harmon
June 17, 2017

Supriya Vinod will be playing former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi in the film.

The first combine poster of Kirti Kulhari, Tota Roy Choudhury, Neil Nitin Mukesh and Anupam Kher from Indu Sarkar is here.

The movie features actress Kirti Kulhari in the titular role of a poetess, who has speech problem, while Neil Nitin Mukesh will essay the role of politician Sanjay Gandhi. While there has been a lot of positive talk about the film, Neil Nitin Mukesh's look as Sanjay Gandhi took away all the brownie points. What the makers have symbolized her character with - loss of life or a new bright tomorrow, will be unveiled on July 28.

The near-three-minute-long trailer beautifully captures the violence and struggle during the 21-month emergency period in India from 1975 to 1977.

From the trailer itself, Indu Sarkar looks entirely different from Bhandarkar's other film.

Kirti Kulhari, last seen in Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Pink, steals the show with her fearless act of a stammering Bengali poet who stands up against the government during the Emergency. This time it seems it is far away from his usual cliches. Somehow he will go out against Congress government of that era.

The poster looks picture flawless in a black and white look, Kirti Kulhari character which dominates the poster is highlighted in red to look more catchy. It looks impressive and the powerful performances by the actors will surely leave impact on the audiences.

As this project is showing affiliation to another party, we cannot be sure how much impartial the movie will be.

The official trailer of the movie was released on 16 June. Within hours of its release on YouTube, the trailer of the movie created a huge buzz on social media.

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