Currently playing in select territories following prominent festival runs is actor/director Shamoon Abbasi’s ripped-from-the-headlines thriller, Durj. The film is currently poised to release officially in Pakistan on October 25 following a now-lifted ban initially put in place by censors earlier this month which hindered its previously-dated October 11 release, and a new official trailer made its way online Sunday to further seal the deal.
Durj is the story of a woman searching for her missing husband that had been kidnapped for hunger by the cannibals. The reality behind a hideous crime is yet to be unveiled as a reporter’s wife dives deep within the depths of despair and darkness to seek the truth of her missing husband. Will she find her kidnapped husband? News hits the nation with a bulletin, in 2013 claiming events that connect people living beyond the lines of humanity to survive. And digging graves These crimes were hideous in nature and the entire nation was disgusted about the event and wanted justice to prevail, and later the responsible people were caught by the law but surprisingly it turned out that there was no real punishment for this sort of crime at the time. This crime being Cannibalism (eating human flesh to settle ones starving needs) never occurred to the legislators that anyone would do such an inhumane act and hence there was no law within the country’s constitution to punish them.