CHAURYA’ FILM TO COME ON 5 AUGUST TO MEET THE AUDIENCES!
Recently the Shani Shingnapur temple was mired in a controversy because women were not allowed inside the inner sanctum of the temple and it’s going to be talked about soon again because of the film ‘Chaurya’. The film’s story is inspired by the Shani Shingnapur controversy and will release on 5 August.
Navlakha Arts and Holy Basil Company’s Nilesh Navlakha, Vivek Kajaria, and Cineleela Talkies’s Ashwini Patil have produced this film with Rajan Amle as the co-producer. Navlakha Arts & Sadhana Cinema is presenter of the film.
Prior to this Holy Basil has produced acclaimed films like Shala , Siddhanth, and Fandry along with Navlakha Arts.
The film is directed by a new talented director Sameer Asha Patil and the film stars Kishor Kadam, Ganesh Yadav, Milind Shinde, Pradeep Velankar, Digvijay Rohidas, Dinesh Lata Shetty, Teertha Murbadkar, and Shruti Kulkarni play important roles in the film.
The village has a very powerful deity and therefore no robbery will take place in the village, is the assumption by the villagers and that God will punish the guilty and therefore there are no doors to the houses in the village. But surprisingly a robbery takes place in the temple itself and the villagers faith in God and the temple is hurt and since the film is in a suspense thriller genre , to know what happens next , we have to see the film.
The film has the unique accessibility format used for the first time which will help blind and deaf people to enjoy the film as announced by the producer Nilesh Navlakha.
A Good story, exotic locations and the suspense thriller genre will surely be liked by the audiences as said by the director Samir Asha Patil.