New Delhi: Black Justice, a web series promises to offer a fresh perspective on pressing issues that resonate deeply with the interests of the country. It has already been nominated for 11 awards before its release, while in 2022, it emerged as the winner at the Blackboard International Film Festival and Moonlight Films International Film Fest (MWIFF).
“It may not be judiciary files like Kerala File and Kashmir Files, but this web series has given groundbreaking reforms as a solution which is not difficult to implement,” Dr Kapil Kakar, the producer of the web series said during the launch of its trailer here today. He said the series has been crafted with an intent to shed light on these critical matters, provoking thought and encouraging discussions.
Dr Kakar said Black Justice stresses reforms like running courts in 2-3 shifts which run with additional judges save money on infrastructure and also generate employment.
The makers of the series claim that it has the potential to be a game-changer, addressing topics that affect our government, judiciary, and society as a whole.
Acclaimed actor Mukesh Khanna, who lent his voice to the web series, acknowledged its potential to bring about a positive change.
As the series unfolds, audiences can expect an exploration of complex societal issues, urging them to reflect and engage in conversations that can bring about positive change.
Black Justice is directed by Bhavin Wadia, who earlier directed films such as Marathwada in 2016 starring the late Om Puri, and Superstar in 2017. The lead actor, JP, is portrayed by Vedish Zaveri, who is also set to grace the screens soon in the highly anticipated movie, Sardar where he portrays the iconic Sardar Patel.
Today’s event at the Press Club of India was also attended by Neha Singh Rathore, a renowned Folklore Bhojpuri Singer who sang the Signature Song of “Black Justice”, and Ashwani Upadhya, a Supreme Court Lawyer known for filing more than 50 PILs. He came out in support of the web series by addressing the media. Deepika Narayan Bhardwaj, the Award-winning Documentary Filmmaker, also addressed the media on men’s rights issues and parental alienation as portrayed in the web series, highlighting a helpless father’s fight for justice and access to his children.
– global bihari bureau