It is said that fighting against a corrupt system is almost an impossible task for any individual. But if a principled person decides to take it on as a mission, the tyrant system has to bow down. Bollywood films have always portrayed the ordeals of the common man who has to bear the brunt of rampant corruption in the system. One of the core and irreplaceable elements of Bollywood is the presence of female actors. Their attendance has today taken the industry to a completely different level. It seems that the women have added a feather more on their caps by doing more empowering female-oriented movies. Actresses who were the face of beauty and attraction in the film industry have today joined the bandwagon to fight injustice.
The trailer of the Marathi action film ‘‘Yudh-Astitvachi Ladai” produced by Shekhar Gijare and directed by Rajiv S Ruia was released worldwide today and offers a sensible and timely subject, “A Fight Against the System”. Apart from the jaw breaking action, the movie revolves around the burning issue of corruption. In the backdrop of Maharashtra, fearless reporter Ragini Dev is a truly spirited journalist who, in spite of a gruesome and bitter life experience, has the guts to fight against all odds. During her struggle, Ragini meets a headstrong and principled inspector Guru Nayak who is feared by all the criminals. Played by Rajesh Shringarpure, inspector Guru Nayak fights against injustice and prejudice.
This movie stands apart as it mirrors the state of things in society and politics. It also promises to be a treat for all fans of intense action. The trailer is packed with stunts, romance, comedy, and some heavy duty dialogues. On the lighter side, Tejaswini Pandit looks very fresh and adds the much needed element to this powerful drama. Actors Kranti Redkar, Pankaj Vishnu, and Varsha Usgaonkar will also be seen in lead roles. “Yudh-Astitvachi Ladai” is all about “A Fight Against the System” and strikes the chord of working people who take a stand and fight back against a system that serves everyone’s interests but their own.