“Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai” by Manoj Bajpayee is based on the case of a powerful godman who was given a life sentence for sexually abusing a young girl who was studying at his school. The film follows the casualty of the situation..
The hard-hitting, eye-opening, engaging, and empowering film from Manoj Bajpayee is now available, and it is safe to say that only one person can use “faith” as a weapon to change the system. Just a single individual is sufficient to change the cultural standards, thinking, and blind faith in godmen. In addition, Manoj Bajpayee’s “Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai” is sufficient to draw audiences into movie theaters. However, this film will be available for home viewing on the OTT platform rather than in theaters.
“Ek Banda Kafi Hai” follows the case of a highly influential godman who was given a life sentence for sexually abusing a young girl who was studying at his school. The film is based on the case, and the victim in the case is the focus of the film. The life of PC Solanki, who fought the case and put Baba behind bars, serves as the basis for the film.
The movie opens with a young girl named “Nu” (Adrija Singh) and her parents (Jai Hind Kumar and Durga Sharma) entering a Delhi Police Station to file a rape case against a godman they worship (Surya Mohan Kulshrestha). Due to its high profile, this case encounters numerous challenges, manipulations, and setbacks. Under the POCSO Act of 2012, the godman of the film, later referred to as Baba, is the subject of an FIR. He’s quickly captured and conceded 15 days of police authority. There is a death toll and property. Yet, they simply say that one individual is sufficient to reverse the situation of life that occurred.