The July 2023 release of Pushpendra Singh’s film, ‘Ajmer 92,’ has already generated debate and drawn criticism. The video explores the horrific gangrape instances that took place in the city thirty years ago, providing light on the tragic suicides of several young rape victims. But there have been complaints that the movie unfairly disparages a particular group of people. The film’s aims have been made clear by the director in reaction to the criticism.
According to Pushpendra Singh, “Many people believe that the movie is against a specific community, but that is untrue. This movie is not propaganda. Just trying to portray what our girls went through. Through our movie, we’re attempting to convey their suffering. We do not intend to offend anyone’s feelings.”
Pushpendra Singh acknowledged the difficulties faced in distributing the movie, which was met with several barriers. Instead of spreading any unfavourable opinions about a particular society, the movie seeks to highlight the misery that the girls experience and to increase awareness of their condition.
In the movie ‘Ajmer 92’s trailer, which was unveiled on July 17, blackmailing rape victims by powerful Ajmer residents results in their untimely suicides. Famous actors with significant roles in the movie include Manoj Joshi, Karan Verma, Rajesh Sharma, Zarina Wahab, Brijendra Kala, and Shalini Kapoor. However, other Islamic groups, including Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind, have called for the ban of the movie.
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The video, which has been hailed as a compelling depiction of the suicides of young girls who had been sexually assaulted, aims to inspire women and inspire them to speak up fearlessly against all sorts of evil.
Despite the issues and difficulties surrounding its screening, ‘Ajmer 92’ is scheduled to come out on July 21.