A professor of a prominent college is accused of teaching religious principles in his class. A case is filed against him for going against the secular fabric of the nation.
The issue spirals out of control and the entire nation goes in turmoil. The professor approaches an atheist lawyer to take up his case. Under certain circumstances, this lawyer is forced to defend the professor much against the lawyer's wishes and beliefs.
Was the professor actually teaching religion in class or are other forces at play trying to defame the professor for their vested interest?
Will the lawyer be able to defend the professor in court or will the lawyer's personal beliefs come in the way of the lawyer's professional conduct?
Is the lawyer really fighting the case to win or there are other intentions that the lawyer has?
Are education and religion two extremes that can never come together?
The answer to all these questions is "Dharmorakshati" - A drama of today's time which redefines the meaning of faith, religion, secularism, education and life itself.
You are promised to leave the auditorium with an experience like never before and questioning yourself and your beliefs!!!!