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Mardaani
Every war is personal.
2D

Mardaani

Hindi
CrimeDrama
22 Aug, 2014
1 hrs 53 mins
76%
358 votes
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SYNOPSIS
India is the world`s hub for child sex trafficking. Nearly 40,000 children are abducted every year. Every 8 minutes a girl child goes missing in India!

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 a 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.
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A film with a strong female protagonist is always great fun to watch. Some of these films possess the capability to transport you into the scene of all the real-action and makes you feel empowered and proud to be a woman. For the men, well, it`s the rise of a woman. The film tackles a ... ...Read full review
As the trailer suggested, Shivani leaves her den and arrives in Delhi to grab Walt by his neck after the abduction of a shelter home girl. Rest of the film is an extension of the idea that even a heroine can play Chulbul Pandey.Laga Chunri Mein Daag and Lafangey Parindey have shown Pradeep Sarkar as a storyteller who carefully selects the canvas, but loses the essence of the theme as the film progresses towards the culmination point. The same happens in Mardaani where too much emphasis on high-voltage drama dilutes the conflict. The linear structure of the screenplay doesnt help either. Shivani is gutsy, capable of doing stunts, and enjoys full support from her subordinates, but how she waits till the end to raise the excitement meter is unconvincing ...Read full review