6 Years After Mardaani, Writer Gopi Puthran Says the Film Still Resonates Because There’s Dearth of Stories on Women

Rani Mukherjee starrer Mardani was released six years ago today, and the film’s author, Gopi Putran, who directed the sequel, feels that the lack of good stories about women resonates with the franchise.

“This is my ulation hypothesis, but the reason why ‘Mardani’ as a franchise resonates so much in audiences is because of the void and lack of women’s stories.

He said, “Somewhere, I mean, universally, Mardani is tapping into the fact that she is a woman, especially in a patriarchal society. The things that we deal with in Part 1 and 2 – in a world where you constantly ask yourself to compromise the struggle to preserve one’s identity – that we are honestly connected to.”

“I think the honesty of our themes and dealing with the issues that women face clicks with the audience, and the way we approach themes, hopefully in the later part, I think we will continue to do justice.”

Mardani also stars Jisshu Sengupta, Tahir Raj Bhasin, and Sanand Verma. It revolves around Shivani Shivaji Rai (Rani), a policewoman who goes out to capture a human trafficking mafia led by a man named Walt (Tahir).

Putran shares a love affair with the Queen who worked in the Madani franchise.

“The queen has actually given life and soul to Shivani Shivaji Roy for this role. It is very satisfying to see her add so much depth and gravity to this role, especially when you see a writer has a star and an actor. .

They think the queen is natural with action sequences. “She’s amazing in action sequences. From Mardani to ‘Mardani 2’, the queen is completely natural when it comes to action sequences. It was just like she intended to do this part.”

Putran said the queen can bring vulnerability and toughness to a role. “Thus, Shivani became the most unique character in Indian cinema.

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