27 May 2023, Mumbai: The highly anticipated film ‘Ajmer 92’ is set to release on July 14, 2023, showcasing the tragic narrative of 250 girls who suffered unimaginable horrors in the city of Ajmer in 1992. Produced by Reliance Entertainment, in association with U & K Films Entertainment, Sumit Motion Pictures, and Little Crew Pictures, this hard-hitting movie sheds light on the grim plight of these girls and the untold crimes committed against them.
‘Ajmer 92’ is based on true events that shook the conscience of the nation. It portrays the heart-wrenching saga of young girls who became victims of sexual exploitation and blackmail at the hands of influential individuals, including Congress leaders, in the city of Ajmer, Rajasthan. The film features a talented cast, including Karan Verma, Sumit Singh, Sayaji Shinde, Manoj Joshi, Shalini Kapoor Sagar, Brijendra Kalra, and Zarina Wahab, among others. Director Pushpendra Singh expresses gratitude for being part of such an important project that aims to reaffirm society’s unwavering support for women. He believes that ‘Ajmer 92’ holds significance as it sheds light on the struggles faced by women, reminding the audience that good will always triumph over evil. The film aims to empower the youth and instill the message that stories like these should be shared to bring about positive change.
The Ajmer Scandal of 1992
The film delves into the infamous Ajmer scandal of 1992, which unfolded when it was revealed that over 250 girls had fallen victim to rape and blackmail. Initially suppressed by those in power due to political and communal tensions, the scandal eventually came to light through the courageous efforts of local media. The perpetrators, including Farooq Chishti and his gang, had connections to influential circles, which further hindered justice. Several years later, some of the accused were convicted, but the scars of the victims’ suffering remained. ‘Ajmer 92’ aims to expose the magnitude of the Ajmer scandal, an atrocity that scarred the lives of countless young girls, highlighting the need for societal change and justice.