Recently, I came across the trailer of Churail, ZEE5’s Zindagi Original film. Four women from different walks of life team up to expose their unfaithful husbands. Each of these women have had their own set of struggles and are fighting their inner churails while battling for the truth. The background score in the trailer sets an amazing thriller-like tone to the film.
The story is a modern-day saga set in Karachi, Pakistan. The language therefore is mostly higher end Hindi or Urdu, lending a very sophisticated touch to the dialect of each character. On the other hand, there is a stark contrast in their behaviour that is almost carnal as they set out on their revenge journey.
A lawyer, a wedding planner, a boxer, a murderer join hands on a mission to take on the world dominated by men. They start an outfit called Halal Design and invite women who wish to make a fresh start. Though they seem united by the cause of earning money, a twist in the tale tells the audience otherwise. As the story progresses through the trailer, one realises that the tribe is driven by more than just money. They go on a witch hunt on a secret mission, stalking the culprits, finding them and punishing them.
It’s fun to see women take the lead in pure detective work instead of behaving like silly sidekicks. (Remember Kitty of Karamchand? These women are NOTHING like that 😊). Through a gripping montage of scenes, one sees the women spying, entering homes secretly and even beating up men into a pulp.
All seems to be going fine until someone dies, and someone goes missing. This twist in the plot forces the Churail gang to take matters in their own hands and search for their comrade. There is a lot of conflict and high-strung emotions that follow. They enter an unknown and very dangerous arena where the rich and famous operate their dark initiatives using masks of evil.
The story takes the viewer into the realities of flesh trade and the faces behind it. Their power, money and clout don’t dither the Churails who are on a mission to expose the truth and rescue their team mate from the clutches of evil. They form an army and battle for justice for the sake of all womankind. #MainChurailHoon
I loved the concept of women taking matters into their own hands as women and not as clones of men. The trailer shows how these women wear burkhas instead of capes and go about fighting injustice against their tribe.
Get ready for the Churails, Karachi’s secret detectives whose mission is to expose the city’s unfaithful elite husbands. Churails, premieres 11th August 2020 only on ZEE5.
Truly, justice has a new face, and that is the Churails! I just can’t wait for this film to release!! Super excited!
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