‘New Delhi: Five spirited, young men from the best engineering institute of India – with high-paying blue-collar jobs at their disposal and a promise of a comfortable life ahead – decide to take a dirty road less traveled. Frustrated by the existing administrative system, they decide to take up the cause of cleansing it from within and launch a political party of their own.’
Asmuch as I thought Rang De Basanti was a film with good intentions, I also thought was an extremist moral disaster. I was quite pleasantly surprised to read this article.
With films such as Rang De Basanti, you tend to worry about a negative outcome, or no outcome at all. Takes alot of maturity, balls, commitment and vision to do what these guys have in mind. Hats off to them!