Indu Sarkar (2017)
(Released: Jul 28, 2016)
Indu is an orphan who grows up in an orphanage. While she dreams of becoming a poet but gets married to government officer Naveen Sarkar and turns a homemaker.
Meanwhile, the government implements Emergency. Forced sterilization, eviction and demolition of slums, curfew follow. The police check every newspaper article before getting published so that not a single word against the government makes it to the newspaper or radio. Even songs of Kishore Kumar are banned from radio and television after he refuses to sing in a government program.
Meanwhile, Indu accidentally lands in Delhi's Turkman gate slum while it was being demolished. She rescues two children and brings them home. While searching for their parents, Indu learns that they have been killed by the police and labeled as Naxals. But Naveen, an ambitious officer loyal to a powerful minister is unwilling to give the children shelter in his home. This leads to a clash between Indu and Naveen with Naveen asking Indu to choose between his house and the kids.
Which one will Indu choose? A secured life as the wife of a well-settled government officer or to be on the streets with two orphans? She also learns about the reality of the country despite her husband educating her about government's ongoing Sukhi Bharat Abhiyaan. Indu decides to fight the system.