Unlike Women Empowerment, the power lies within every girl. Its time to stand against these criminals, instead of being weak and appear helpless, this one is a call to search power within inside and you can then walk fearless in the open world.
Fight against these rogues who think women are their private property.
“Mardaani” is story packed with action and thrills. Shivani Shivaji Roy (Rani Mukherjee Chopra), is an astute cop working in a Mumbai Crime Branch unit. Deft at picking up hidden clues and fearless in confronting hardened criminals, Shivani stumbles on a case that will change her life forever.
Complications arise when her adopted child “Pyaari” is kidnapped from a shelter run by a NGO, hence she begins her search.
As she begins her investigations, which deepen moe and more, she comes to know that its not only her pyaari, while it’s the case of many girls go missing. The person behind this (Karan) is tortures the girls which is a part of the human trafficking racket. This well planned network of men kidnap girls who are despatched to other parts of the country and even abroad for sex trade.
And then Shivani’s journey begins… This Journey is not only of Shivani, but of every girl.
Instead of just lighting up candles, sending messages, or sitting at home and empathising, the girls should learn Self Defense, Karate, learn hot to take care of oneself from the rogues and other street smart guys.
Its Time to wake up and be strong, so that no one can be so cruel upon you.
Rani Mukherjee is just brilliant with new avatar of Crime Branch officer, and truly signifies today’s Jhansi ki Rani.
New Boy Karan looks good in his dark character.
Nothing can be more important on such a heart breaking story. Such stories should be made to create awareness to public, that its time to wake up. Instead of lighting candles, light those who think women are just a toy.
Brilliant performance from the cute and talented Rani Mukherjee, and nothing could be more justified then this one to be her come back film. She is simply awesome.
Rani Mukerji plays the role of a cop for the first time, and this raw and gritty film is a distinct departure from Pradeep Sarkar’s style of film making.
Review by Priyanka Raina
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Rani Mukerji as Shivani Shivaji Roy
Jisshu Sengupta as Dr. Bikram Roy
Tahir Bhasin as Walt
Priyanka Sharma as Pyari
Mikhail Yawalkar as Balwinder Singh Sodhi
Akhilesh Verma as Police Officer
Vikrant Koul as Inspector Mathur
Banner: Yash Raj Films
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Director: Pradeep Sarkar
Writer and Associate Director: Gopi Puthran
Director of Photography: Artur Zurawski (PSC)
Music by Shantanu Moitra
Associate Producer: Aashish Singh
Executive Producer: Yogendra Mogre
Production Designer: Madhu Sarkar Kuriakose
Editor: Sanjib Datta
Action Director: Manohar Verma
Sound: Prabal Pradhan, Anilkumar Konakandla
Background music: Julius Packiam, Karthik Raja
Costume Designer: Urvashi Shah
Casting Director: Shanoo Sharma
Line Producer: Sudhanshu Kumar