Pritam Roywrote on Dec 26 2012 2:02PM
In the era of large scale corruption, where everyone seated on a chair that holds power is sub-merged in neck deep corruption, it is unlikely that any hero will exist. Ordinary people have put up an extraordinary fight. People have become an epitome by 'standing for your rights'.
Preeti, a free spirited daughter of Sadgun Thakur, is in love with Anshul, son of an IAS officer. Their match isn't acceptable to Preeti's family and in a fit of rage Preeti's brother, Vishesh kills Anshul. Now the story begins.
Having lost their young son, the parents of Anshul, Mr and Mrs sharma are on confronted by the corrupt system. They can't match pace with Thakur's political powers and connections. However, when encouraged and supported by Anshul's younger brother Akash, the old couple resolve to fight and fight till they get justice.
It’s the journey of a mother who has lost her child she once held in her hands and dreamt of an old age holding his hands.
It’s the journey of a brother who could have focused on his career, his future, but decides to give it all up so that never again a brother loses his 'Bhai' to an act of rage.
It’s also the journey of a young girl who loses her young lover in the cruel hands of her own brother. Under threat and duress she even turns hostile in the court, to save her own brother. But it is guilt and may be pure and true love that brings her to the threshold and she ultimately stand for the truth.
Dehraadun Diary is a much film that depicts the strength of a common man, the agony rising from the loss of a dear one. and fearlessness of the courageous that brings justice to the aggrieved.