How many of you liked Rani Mukherjee’s character in a very famous and impactful movie “No one Killed Jessica”, if yes, then the upcoming movie “Mardaani” has much more to offer in terms of entertainment, reality, drama, talent and much more to keep your fingers crossed.
Rani Mukherjee was as reported very excited to play this character as it’s the first time a woman is playing a police inspector and single handedly trying to make movie a hit.
What differentiates this movie is its concept, a completely new topic yet the one we’ve been discussing since ages which is ‘women trafficking’.
The story revolves around a particular case that Rani Mukherjee playing as “Shivani Shivaji Roy: a senior crime branch in Mumbai. This is one of the boldest movies seen in Bollywood which is obvious seeing the story and concept of the movie.
With everyday increasing women traficking, molestation issues arising, this movie cuts through the white noise made of silence and ignorance of these issues.
Mardaani is a movie played by Rani Mukherjee being bold, smart, inteliggent, and brilliant at connecting the dots who is constantly trying to save a little girl who has been kidnapped and seen ugly facts of women traficking. The movie is a must watch if you don’t mind struggling with being shocked and leave heavy hearted seeing cuelty crossing limits right there in the movie theatre. Of course there is a lot more to offer in this movie by the big banner Yash Raj Films who have worked before with Rani Mukherjee in several movies.
Infact there has been news all over about the bold scenes in this movie which have been censored by the board which prsents the dark deep issues and secrets of this disgrceful world has been revealed.
This movie and concept depics that how Bollywood is changing its perception about movie and types of stories these new upcoming and already experienced directors have the charisma to think beyond than what is already though of changing and modernising paths of Bollywood. This movie is expected to create a buzz on the Boxoffice, fingers crossed. I personally am waiting for this one particularly.