Mitti (15)

POLITICAL corruption and disaffected youth is the theme of MITTI (15), written and directed by Jatinder Mauhar. Young people in Punjab have no aim in life other than to make quick money, emigrate to a foreign country or become a celebrity. Four such are

POLITICAL corruption and disaffected youth is the theme of MITTI (15), written and directed by Jatinder Mauhar.

Young people in Punjab have no aim in life other than to make quick money, emigrate to a foreign country or become a celebrity.

Four such are Rabbi Sidhu (Lakhwinder Singh Kandola), Gazi Dhillon (Mika Singh),Tunda (Victor John) and Lalli Brar (Vaquuar Shaikkh), who work for the corrupt politician, Sardar Harmail Singh.

These men are addicted to alcohol, not concerned about their futures and involved in random, politically-motivated activities that may soon turn them into criminals.

Journalist Sarabjit wants to expose the truth, but when the young men try to stop him, they find themselves in a world of trouble.

Things are further complicated by a love triangle. Gazu loves Niroo but she loves Rabbi.