Vsquare Films’ Dvand: The Internal Conflict is the story of a man seeking to avenge the person who rejected him.
Set against the backdrop of a rural area, Bhola (Ishtiyak Khan), Bhaiyaji (Vishwanath Chatterjee) and some of their villagers prepare to stage a play, and want Guruji (Sanjay Mishra) to direct... it. As Guruji arrives in the village and the rehearsals begin, Bhola is not given any role because he is not talented enough. And the rejection leads to jealousy when the lead role is given to the local tea vendor, Chandan (Vikram Kochhar). Guruji makes Bhola his assistant but he stays unhappy because his interest lies in acting.
His jealousy takes a dark turn as he gets his wife Naini (Ipshitaa) involved by manipulating her to get the play’s lead actress Raziya’s (Tina Bhatia) nightie from her house and gets it planted in Guruji’s room. He further spreads rumours about Guruji’s relationship with Raziya. While Raziya’s husband (Faiz Khan) already was reluctant to allow her to act, the story about the so-called affair causes trouble for Raziya and it also massively affects Guruji. To make matters worse, he is even asked to leave the village. Will Bhola stop his antics or will he continue it until he achieves what he wants?Read More