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‘Chaarfutiya Chhokare’ to be premiered in Dubai

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NEW DELHI:The bollywood film ‘Chaarfutiya Chhokre’ directed by Manish Harishankar will have its premiere in Dubai on 24 September.

The film is presented by Wave Cinemas, Ponty Chadha, and Maxor Movies, in association with Raju Chadha. It will be released on 600 screens all over the world. The cast and crew are all set to leave for promotional tours all over India.

The film stars Soha Ali Khan, Seema Biswas, Mukesh Tawari, and Zakir Hussian in the main roles. The music is by Abhijeet-Sameer and Sudeep Banerjee and the singers are by Sharda Sinha, Malini Awasthi, Sudeep Banerjee, and Vibha Dutta Khosla. T-Series releases the audio of the film.

Chaarfutiya Chhokare is a Hindi social thriller on the subject of child-trafficking. The plot revolves around Neha Malini who is an NRI girl returning to India in order to start a school in a village in north Bihar.

Starting off optimistic and happy about her endeavour, she is unaware of the hardships, obstructions and risks awaiting her in this small, serene village. She is pleased after meeting three boys Awadhesh, Hari and Gorakh but soon finds out that it is the beginning of a nightmare.

Being hardcore criminals, these three boys become the centre of her activities. After seeing this, she vows to stop the criminal and sexual exploitation of the children in the village. Her meeting with Janaki (Seema Biswas) – the mother of one of the boys, Awadhesh – helps her understand the deeply embedded political-criminal nexus that pervades the system. Neha is resolute to free the three of them from this world of crime.

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