Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan's National Award-winning film "72 Hoorain" was postponed for over four years before it was finally released.
The movie is a warning story that raises concerns about the motivations of people who commit suicide bombings.
In contrast to several other documentaries, this one explores how religious scriptures are misinterpreted for personal gain rather than promoting hate speech propaganda.
The plot centres on two brainwashed terrorists who detonate a bomb and wind up in the afterlife while they wait to enter heaven.
The movie responds to their sense of perplexity and poses significant queries regarding the practise of suicide bombing using satire and black humour.
It emphasizes the importance of human life and the fact that suicide is viewed as a sin in religious literature.
It highlights the use of religious scriptures for political ends and serves as a wake-up call.