The wait is finally over. Raj Chakraborty’s much-anticipated socio-political drama ‘Dharmajuddho’ has locked its release date. The film will hit the big screens on January 21 next year ahead of the Republic Day weekend.
With an ensemble casting of Swatilekha Sengupta, Ritwick Chakraborty, Subhashree Ganguly, Parno Mittra, and Soham, ‘Dharmajuddho’ revolves around a small town of Ismailpur, which suffers an apocalyptic night as the town descends to anarchy as a sudden communal riot breaks out.
Four victims, rivals to each other, take shelter in an old woman’s home, who awaits her son’s arrival. Conflicts break out within the four members as the outside anxiety grips all of them, with the old woman playing the role of a pacifier throughout the fateful night. As dawn cracks, the four members are met with conscience as the old woman’s crestfallen truth unravels upon them; thus bringing upon the realisation that humanity is the foremost religion.
Meanwhile, Raj has another film in the pipeline waiting for release. The social drama, ‘Habji Gabji’ starring Parambrata Chatterjee and Subhashree Ganguly in the lead for the first time will address a socially relevant issue like the young generation is obsessed with mobile and internet gaming. In fact, the title has been derived from a hugely popular mobile game PUBG. In the film, Parambrata and Subhashree play working parents who can’t give enough time to their kid and the kid is getting lost more and more in the virtual world of internet and mobile.