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‘Kala Sach – The Black Truth’ movie exposes the evil of Witch Hunting

The film releasing on 7th August raises many questions

NewZNew (Chandigarh) : The star cast of ‘Kala Sach – The Black Truth’, a Hindi movie based on a true story, visited the City today. The film, releasing on 7th August, 2015, highlights the cruelty and inhumane treatment to the women in the name of Witch Hunting. Renowned actress Himani Shivpuri, Director Mayank P Srivastava, Music Director Abraham Kumar and Panchkula-based famous Tarot Expert Renu Mathur addressed the media at Chandigarh Press Club.

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Director of the movie Mayank P Srivastava said, “Today I want to specially thank Ms Renu Mathur ji, who has been our inspiration and guide throughout the production of this film. Witch Hunting is an old age ritual, now used for exploiting women on petty excuses. The film also highlights the social system and political laxity of not framing tough laws to abolish this menace. Surprisingly Government of India after 68 years of Independence has still not made a central law to overcome this problem.”

Renowned Divinator, Life Coach and Tarot expert Renu Mathur said, “This film is an eye-opener and a revolution against the practice of Witch-Hunting. The film is dedicated to all those women, who have been tortured and murdered in the name of Witch-Hunting.”

The film revolves around a central character – Kusum, who raises her voice against all the odd things happening in the village. She is educated, beautiful and fearless, who comes in the line of fire of the influential people who rule the village though their policy of suppression. The film goes through all the plots and ploys of framing women a Witch and taking advantage of the situation.  They exploit and torture her  mentally and sexually.

The film details all the events that have become a routine in most of the  villages in Central India, which are threatening the very social fabric of the society.  Statistics on Witch-Hunting crimes compiled by the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) reveals that there are at least 12 states in India, which are recognized as breeding grounds for Witch Hunts, including  Jharkhand, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Orissa, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Assam, and Bihar.

Pakhi Hegde, Mustaq Khan, Rufy Khan, Sanjay Batra, Brajesh Tripathi etc are few other actors in this film. The JD Pictures movie is produced by Jitendra Soni, a die-hard journalist and reformist from Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

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