The story of Rajesh Rajput, the daughter of a retired Delhi Chief Minister and a local politician, has captivated the Indian diaspora and international media, with the film’s director and star sharing their grief and their hopes for the future of the film.
The film’s story centers around Rajput’s father, a former Delhi Police Commissioner, and his business empire.
His daughter, Rajputna, works as a secretary in the family’s large textile factory.
She was married to a wealthy businessman who is also a politician and a member of the Rajput family.
When she was 14 years old, Rajut was married off to a man she didn’t know, leaving a devastated daughter behind.
In the early days of the marriage, she became a stay-at-home mother to her son.
But then, she left the family, and the boy was taken away.
When she tried to return, her father found her and arrested her.
When Rajput and her mother tried to find her, they found the boy had been sold to a family in Punjab, where she was born and raised.
The police station in the Punjab capital of Lahore is a symbol of the cruelty of the Indian system.
The station has a wooden gate that marks its entrance, with a long metal railing.
At the back of the gate, a sign is posted that reads “The family of this man have been taken away by the police and are now in the custody of the family members.
Please, please call if you need to talk to them.”
The family is brought to the court, where the police tell the court that the boy has been arrested and will be deported to Punjab.
Rajput was not a citizen of India, so her father was forced to pay Rs. 50,000 ($1,500) for her to be repatriated to India.
After her father left her, Raju, her younger brother, took the job of her uncle’s wife.
The uncle, an old man, refused to accept her daughter’s marriage and was unable to provide her with a dowry for her.
So she was forced by her parents to marry another man.
The couple divorced, but they lived together and the girl continued to work as a stay at home mother to Raju’s family.
Raju worked as a tailor and eventually got married.
When the couple divorced in 1975, the boy’s uncle was killed and Raju was forced into the family business.
After her father died, the family moved to a new area, leaving Raju to be a stay in home mother.
But, she was not allowed to live there and was left without a mother.
“When I was born, I never wanted to live in the same house with my father,” she told the film director and actor Anupam Chawla.
“My mother and I were given a new home in Lahore, but the old house was now closed off.
The only thing that we had was a piece of land on which we lived, and I was the sole tenant of the house.
I had no father, and so I was living as a child in a house without a man.
I was left in that house for the rest of my life.”
The film director was initially hesitant to film the film, but after learning about Rajputs story and the plight of her parents, he decided to make the film with his daughter.
After the production of the documentary, Rajat Kumar, a family friend, visited her and said, “This is a story of the powerlessness of the state to protect its citizens.
They must have seen the strength in you.”
After Rajat visited the family in Lahores, she received support from her family, the film makers, and her parents.
“I was so happy that people were speaking up for me and supporting me,” Rajat told the Film Today channel.
“I think that what I did was brave and heroic.
It has brought awareness to the plight and the rights of Indian women and girls.
I think that it has been a big help to me and my family.”
The director said, in the film “My name is Rajesh, but you can call me Rajut.
I am a young girl from Punjab.
I want to be an activist and to change things.”