Biscut

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In an Indian village ruled by muscle and money, one man sparks a revolution without guns or bullets by betting his life on just the power of democracy. Biscut is the awe-inspiring story of Bhoora, a poor Dalit (lower caste) youth condemned to a daily struggle for survival, who turns a collective curse into a formidable force for change.

“Biscut” is the Hindi language word for a biscuit.

Directed by Amish Srivastava (India)

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