In times of Covid-19, the film industry around the world has shut down completely, with no theatres, cinema lovers have already turned to the digital world. Durj was a controvertial movie that got released in 2019, where the censorboard of Pakistan chopped off many scenes, however the film critics still got around the choppy scenes and supported the film. Durj, a controvertial film has been released on a digital platform, Vidly.pk in 2020. The movie stars Shamoon Abassi, Sherry Shah, Maira Khan, Nouman Javed, Dodi Khan and Hafeez Ali. The film is written and directed by Shamoon Abassi.
In one of his interviews, Shamoon Abassi, stated, “I think Pakistan needs more reality stories rather than copying films. It’s important to have different film genres come up if you want to develop a new [film] industry.” He further added, “Everyone is doing comedy because it is easier to sell, it is easier to advertise, you get a lot of sponsors. We did not have any sponsors, we did not have any advertiser, we do not have any channel, yet we never gave up, we kept doing whatever we could for this film.”
News hits the nation with a bulletin, in 2013 claiming events that connect people living beyond the lines of humanity to survive. And digging graves These crimes were hideous in nature and the entire nation was disgusted about the event and wanted justice to prevail, and later the responsible people were caught by the law but surprisingly it turned out that there was no real punishment for this sort of crime at the time. This crime being Cannibalism (eating human flesh to settle one’s starving needs) never occurred to the legislators that anyone would do such an inhumane act and hence there was no law within the country’s constitution to punish that. So as disturbing as it sounds, the perpetrator wasn’t charged and was set free without any major consequences. and never ever monitored by the authorities, which allowed these criminals to continue committing these crimes.