The author of a book based on the massacre of a group of Dalits, who were enslaved, forced to play a football match and later brutally massacred, joins a film crew to make a movie about this tragic incident. What will the future hold in store for her?
A brave woman makes a reputation for herself as an author of bestselling books. A filmmaker reaches out to her seeking permission for turning her book 'final match' into a movie.
This book is based on a terrifying real-life incident during which a group of Dalit villagers were brutally killed by powerful landlords in one of the most deadly massacre. In 1987, Aurangabad Bihar, a group of young men, from a background of water poverty and slavery, are chosen to play a football match. When they win this match against all odds, they are murdered in cold blood.
Now, can the author and the film crew visit the real location of the massacre and turn this powerful story of human cruelty into reality? What challenges will they face along the way?
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