Naxalism has been one of the biggest problems in independent
The problem created due to inequality and injustice meted out to hapless
citizens, who cannot fight for their rights in the current socio-political
The so called “Red-Belt” stretches all the way from Bihar to Kerala.
Like many of Prakash Jha’s movies, this film too focuses on a contemporary
problem being faced by the country – which is an important problem.
which many of us tend to ignore, because it does not impact our daily life.
Chakravyuh is the story of six extraordinary characters,
each in passionate pursuit of his/her dream.
Adil Khan (Arjun Rampal): The cop,
strong-willed, courageous, and one of the most dependable officers in the
police force. He has a simple principle. The rule of law has to reign supreme
and anyone who breaks it is his enemy.
Kabir (Abhay Deol): The rebel, born off the
streets, a man with no history, impulsive, totally free-spirited, the
quintessential rolling stone. He has only one anchor in life his friendship
with Adil to whom he owes everything, for whom he will do anything.
Rhea Menon (Esha Gupta): The Strategist, a
brilliant intelligence officer and an interrogation expert. She is Adil Khan`s
wife and co-soldier, she loves to fights shoulder to shoulder with him.
Rajan (Manoj Bajpayee): The Revolutionary, the
most feared man in the region, this mysterious leader will not stop until he
has fulfilled his promise of turning helplessness into empowerment, replacing
suffering with justice, destroying the oppressor. He is very much loved by his
people and followers
Juhi (Anjali Patil): The Warrior, born in
poverty and misery, raised in oppression and cruelty. This makes her to pick up
the gun! Her purpose is to fight for freedom.
Govind Suryavanshi (Om Puri): The Messiah, born
in the lap of luxury and well educated in UK, he was destined to become a top
corporate executive. But in a drastic twist, he choses the path less taken and
becomes a mentor to the revolutionary movement.
These six are drawn into an internal conflict in in India. A conflict whose end can`t be seen. A war that
is being waged by our own - the youth of the country are rebelling against
injustice, exploitation and inequality.
What happens to each of them? Do they realize their dreams?
Are the dreams worth pursuing?