In this story of campus politics, a simple Shravan (Anand), who is the son of a peon, joins Banaras University. There, he discovers that corruption is rampant, and tries to clean the system up. However, this brings him to the notice of the local MLA, who is angered by Shravan's actions.
A Bollywood movie need not be about stars for it to become popular, no matter what the trade gurus say. And to prove this rather ambiguous statement, this weekend saw the release of an independent film that is so well-made you wonder why you bother with the Khans and the Kapoors.
Chakradhaar is not that movie (the flick praised above is named Kshay - for those interested, it is a black-and-white venture that deals with obsession). In fact, Chakradhaar is so unreal that you will leave the theatre in shock and with reluctant awe for the producer who dared to spend all that....