Satyamev Jayate First Poster

The first poster of John Abraham's Satyameva Jayate just dropped on the Internet on Wednesday and intense can't even begin to describe it. John Abraham shared the poster on Twitter and captioned it: "This Independence Day, Justice will roar!" The poster features John Abraham in the center, who can be seen surrounded by fire taking the outline of India's nation emblem. A subtitle - "Beimaan Pitega, Corruption Mitega" - has been placed at the bottom of the poster. Going by the first look, Satyamev Jayate(which means 'truth always triumphs') might revolve around the theme of patriotism and deal with subjects like corruption. Satyamev Jayate is an action thriller that also features Manoj Bajpayee and Amruta Khanvilkar in pivotal roles.

There are about 2 Lakh policemen in Mumbai. Tasked with the safety of this enormous city, a majority of them don't necessarily have the "cleanest" of vardis. When four such police inspectors are burnt alive in a series of merciless killings, the entire police force is rocked with terror. The media is looking for answers. The public is on the fence over these killings. These crimes reflect Vir as a person. Bold, Calculating, and Unapologetic. He's not scared of killing, or dying. It was clear that he had an agenda. A reason. A drive; behind these deaths and he was far from done. Fearing the next attack, the Commissioner calls upon their best bet to catch Vir. DCP Shivansh is what a proper policeman looks like. Strong, Courageous, Patriotic and most importantly, "Clean." And of course, he's the best at what he does. What follows is a succession of events that will test his Probity to the fullest. He is up against Vir, who is a vigilante and will stop at nothing to complete his mission. This confrontation of epic proportions will take us through the corrupt underbelly of the Financial Capital. Vir and Shivansh are against the same enemy, but they are divided by a fine line. The Law. Shivansh is the "good-guy" protector of the law, whereas Vir wants to take matters into his own hands, disregarding the law.

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