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Mardaani  (2014 - Hindi)

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  • Shiraj Dakshy

    Mardaani: A Celebration of Woman Power

    Mardaani rating: 7 out of 10

    By Shiraj Dakshy(23 Aug 2014)

    There are some movies which are made just to entertain but there are some which makes you think, Mardaani falls in the latter genre.

    Human Trafficking is a business which is growing at an alarming rate worldwide and India is a hub of Child Trafficking and Mardaani deals with this topical subject.

    Gopi Puthran chooses a controversial topic of Human Trafficking for his story and the risk with such subjects is that it becomes preachy. But thankfully Gopi’s screenplay refrains from doing so and tells the story in a thriller format of a crime branch Inspector ... » read more

  • Nishikant Dubey

    Nishikant Dubey : Mardaani Sequel

    Mardaani rating: 7 out of 10

    By Nishikant Dubey (05 May 2015)

    Mardaani: According to a report in Mid-day, last year's release Mardaani might soon have a sequel. The YRF film dealt with the sensitive issue of child trafficking. Apparently YRF's head honcho, Aditya Chopra has asked the film's director, Pradeep Sarkar to script a sequel to the film. A source has been quoted in the report as saying that Sarkar had earlier narrated a story but the makers didn't find it worthy of a sequel and hence are waiting to get the right script for their film. The story also has the potential to turn into a full-fledged franchise with Rani's character ... » read more

Film: "Mardaani"; Cast: Rani Mukerji, Tahir Bhasin, Jisshu Sengupta and Anil George; Director: Pradeep Sarkar; Rating: ****

A stellar cast only adds to this accomplished film's sense of creative propriety.

"Mardaani" is a film that makes all the correct noises about child trafficking. And by "correct noises", I do mean the soundtrack, which is among the most evocative provocative and satisfying in recent times.

Normally in Bollywood, when films are done with live sound, the effect is scratchy and at times in inaudible. "Mardaani" cleans out the noises and yet retains a high decibel of authenticity in the complementary relationship between sight and sound. This is a film that knows its job.

This, then, is the world of Pradeep Sarkar's derelict people. Posh pimps and "cool" flesh» Read full review

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