Vikram Chatterjee starrer Pariah Volume 1 Sparks Conversation on Animal Rights


The grand star-studded screening of the film saw the presence of Sushmita Mukherjee, Barnali Shukla, Nikita Rawal, Smirita Kalra, Bhattacharya, Pooja Banerjee, Sandeep Zejwal & Many More

“Pariah Volume 1: Every Street Dog Has a Name,” a poignant tale shedding light on the relentless suffering endured by the marginalized Indian native dogs, is set to captivate audiences with its compelling narrative. Directed by Tathagata Mukherjee and produced by Prateek Chakravorty and Avinaba Ghosh, this Bengali language film with English subtitles stars Vikram Chatterjee, Angana R, Sreelekha M, Soumya M, Ambarish B, Loknath Dey, and Debashish Roy.

In a society where the worth of life is often determined by societal norms, “Pariah Volume 1” bravely confronts the harsh reality faced by the outcast Indian native dogs, whose existence is rendered insignificant in the eyes of the judiciary system. Through its gripping portrayal, the film aims to ignite conversations about compassion, justice, and the ethical treatment of all living beings.

The stellar cast, led by Vikram Chatterjee, delivers powerful performances that delve deep into the complexities of the human-animal relationship, urging viewers to reflect on their own attitudes towards the voiceless members of society.

Vikram Chatterjee, portraying a pivotal role in ‘Pariah Volume 1: Every Street Dog Has a Name,’ passionately articulates the film’s mission, declaring“Our film is a poignant reminder that every life, regardless of its form, deserves dignity and respect. Through this cinematic journey, we aim to ignite a fire within viewers, urging them to stand up for the voiceless and champion compassion in a world often devoid of empathy.'”

Producer Prateek Chakravorty expresses “We are thrilled to bring ‘Pariah Volume 1’ to audiences worldwide. This film is not just a cinematic experience; it’s a call to action, urging us to reevaluate our roles as stewards of compassion and empathy.”

Producer Avinaba Ghosh says“‘In a world where the voiceless are often silenced, ‘Pariah Volume 1’ serves as a beacon of awareness and empathy. Through its powerful storytelling, the film invites audiences to confront uncomfortable truths and reevaluate their roles in shaping a more compassionate society.'”

Director Tathagata Mukhopadhyay adds,“With ‘Pariah Volume 1,’ we aimed to shed light on a pressing issue often overlooked in our society. Through the medium of cinema, we hope to inspire meaningful dialogue and evoke change.”