Billu Ustaad- India’s first film on child terrorism, to release in 2018.
Billu Ustaad is India's answer to the emerging terror in the world.
Billu Ustaad is India’s first film on child terrorism. Directed by Suvahhdan Angre, the film is Inspired by the work of Bhanupratap Barge, Head of the Anti-Terrorism Squad, Pune – who fought the Pakistani terrorists during the 26/11 Mumbai terror strikes – the film looks at the disturbing trend among extremist organisations who identify and recruit minor children from orphanages.
The main protagonist Billu is played by child actor Mihir Soni and the film also stars Priyanshu Chatterjee, Akhilendra Mishra, Mithila Naik and Neel Bakshi.
Billu Ustaad, is a story of a boy named billu, who is the cream of his friends in the Anathashram. Billu is a courageous and confident boy, who is aware of the happenings around him. He has three good friends, whom he plays, laughs and fights with. They all are brought up in the atmosphere of the Anatharsham , Wardened by Banwari who is our villain.
The story takes a twist when Billu’s friends are kidnapped by Terrorists and brain washed to do terrorists activities. How Billu along with an IAS officer ajay and ATS officer Bhanupratap Singh gives a tough time to terrorists is highlighted in this flick.
The film is slated to release on 16th February 2018.