Azamgarh: Coming into limelight after Batla House encounter case, a local youth of Azamgarh has set out to correct the image of the city through his Bhojpuri film -"Maati Azamgarh Ki".
A budding filmmaker Kuldeep Pandey, 30, has made short films on issues like as blindness and fear, decided to make a film which shows how the city youth were targeted after the encounter.
The film is shot locally and made under "RajYash Pictures" banner boasting of all local talents is already being screened in local cinema halls since March.
"After the Batla house case, local youths were arrested on terror charges but were released after proving they were not guilty. I have witnessed this personally, besides also getting to see how the image of the town which has a very rich history was tarnished at the national level," Pandey said.
This formed the base of the storyline which depicts the lives of seven innocent youngsters, arrested on fake charges, planning revenge after their release.