“Hindutva,” a compelling narrative written and directed by Karan Razdan, is set to captivate audiences with its exploration of religious and communal differences against the backdrop of love, friendship, and student politics. The film, scheduled to release on Mask TV on February 9th, delves into the complexities of modern-day Hinduism and the impact of radical ideologies on society.
The story of “Hindutva” revolves around three central characters: Bharat Shastri (portrayed by Aashiesh Sharma), Sapna Gupta (played by Sonarika Bhadoria), and Sameer Siddique (portrayed by Ankit Raaj). Bharat and Sameer, childhood friends from different religious backgrounds, find themselves at odds when they become involved in college politics driven by religious affiliations. As Bharat embraces the essence of Hinduism, advocating for peace and harmony among all religions, Sameer adopts radical leftist ideologies, leading to a clash between their beliefs.
Director Karan Razdan intricately weaves together the narrative, shedding light on real-life incidents through fictional characters. The film aims to highlight the negative impact of radical and leftist ideologies on Hinduism and the nation, addressing topics such as love jihad, section 370, and terrorism in student politics.
“Hindutva” features an ensemble cast, including Aashiesh Sharma, Sonarika Bhadoria, and Ankit Raaj, who deliver powerful performances that bring the characters to life. Additionally, Bhajan Samrat Anup Jalota and Dipika Chikhlia make notable cameo appearances, adding depth to the storyline.
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Produced by Anju Bhatt and Chiranjeevi Bhatt under the banner Tag Productions and Lord Shiva Communications, “Hindutva” boasts a stellar team of musicians, including lyricist Shweta Raj and composer Ravi Shankar. Renowned singers such as Anup Jalota, Daler Mehdi, Divya Kumar, Master Saleem, and Madhu Shree lend their voices to the film’s soulful melodies.
The film’s release on Mask TV, under the supervision of Channel Producer Mansi Bhatt, marks a significant milestone in showcasing thought-provoking narratives to a wide audience. With its poignant storytelling and impactful message, “Hindutva” aims to inspire reflection and awareness in viewers.