Filmmaker Onir will be unfolding a story around class oppression on the silver screen with “Chauranga” on January 8th next year. He is excited and thrilled over the worldwide release announcement.

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Onir, who has co-produced the film with actor Sanjay Suri, took to Twitter to share the news. “Proud and excited to announce that our film #Chauranga (Four Colours) is all set to release worldwide,” Onir tweeted on Thursday.

Onir's 'Chauranga' to release next year
Onir’s ‘Chauranga’ to release next year

Starring Sanjay Suri and Tannishtha Chatterjee, the film is a fictional account of six days in a dark corner of India, telling a story of violence of class oppression that still exists in rural India. The film centres around the story of a 14-year-old boy falling in love with a 16-year-old from an upper caste.

Onir, known for “Bas Ek Pal” and “My Brother…Nikhil”, also shared a link of his Instagram page with details of the film. “Proud and excited to announce that our film #Chauranga (Four Colours) is all set to release worldwide on the 8th of January 2016. This is the first film produced by @sanjaysuri and I that has not been directed by me. Bikas Mishra will debut as a film maker with this film,” he shared.

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