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Movie Preview : Kya Yahi Sach Hai

 Kya Yahi Sach Hai
Director :  Y.P. Singh
Music :  Nirmal Augustaya, Rooshin Dalal, Santosh Anand and Vishal Khurana
Starring :  Ashok Kumar Beniwal, Bobby Vats, Gurpreet Chadha, Kishore Dhingra, Nimisha Shankar, Niliesh Malhotra, Rajeshwar Singh, Rajiv Roda, Raju Mavani, Ravi Inamdar, Ronny Williams, Sanyogita Maheshwari, Sanjay Kulkarni, Saurabh Dubey, Shalini Chandran and T.K. Choudhary

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Antares Films presents KYA YAHI SACH HAI an international award winning film directed by IPS officer YP Singh is set to release on 30th December, 2011.

The film is based on Mr. Singh's novel 'Carnage by Angels' which was released in 2003, which exposed the rampant corruption and malpractices that go on in the police force. The film won the Silver Award in the Narrative Film Category of the California Film Awards in 2010.

Produced by Pushpa Singh, the movie stars Ashok Beniwal, Bobby Vats, Nilesh Malhotra, Saurabh Dubey and Raju Mavani in the lead roles.

The music of the movie is given by Santosh Anand, Vishal Khurana, Rooshin Dalal, Nirmal Augastaya and lyrics are penned by Ibrahim Ashq, Santosh Anand, Vishal Khurana, Naseem Ansari and Nirmal Augastaya.

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Raghu Kumar is a young trainee Indian Police Service (IPS) officer. During the course of his training, he is being taught cycle patrolling in the streets when the head constable giving training comes out with certain startling revelations. This head constable gives an honest confession about his largely corrupt activities in the detection branch of Kotwali Police Station and how one incident changed his life, and which made him give up corruption and take to honesty.

Overwhelmed in emotions, this IPS officer and his wife resolve not to earn bribes in the police as that would be an unforgivable sin - A Carnage by Angels! But as this officer goes to the district police in Kolhapur and then to Mumbai police, he starts confronting the real picture. What he saw was a profound nexus of police, bureaucrats, power-brokers, and politicians - all hidden by the glittering curtain of 'Rule of Law' and administrative sophistication. As this emotional story unfolds, what emerges in the film is a graphic narration of intrigue, deceit, sex, love and money in the world of glamour, police, bureaucracy, politicians, citizens, corporate bodes, powerbrokers, doctors and media.

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