Mardaani Trailer

Mardaani Trailer (2014)

22 August 2014 Drama, Action, Thriller 133 mins

Meet Shivani Shivaji Roy, Senior Inspector, Crime Branch, Mumbai Police, as she sets out to confront the mastermind behind the child trafficking mafia, which makes the mistake of kidnapping and smuggling a teenage girl who is like a daughter to her. Fighting a war which is very personal and in an obsessive hunt for the girl, Shivani stumbles into the world of debauchery, cruel desires and exploitation and onto a case that will change her life forever. What follows is a cat and mouse game between a fearless cop and a young and ruthless mafia kingpin. Catch Rani Mukerji in the lead, playing an edge of the seat role of a lifetime, in this raw and gritty film which will be a distinct departure from Pradeep Sarkar's style of filmmaking.

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Cast

Rani Mukerji

as Shivani Shivaji Roy

Tahir Bhasin

as Walt aka Karan Rastogi

Jisshu Sengupta

as Dr. Bikram Roy

Crew

International Releases Dates

Canada 22 August 2014

Production Companies

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