Rani Mukerji’s Bollywood film Mardaani 2 is set to release this year with Yash Raj Films (YRF) announcing that the cop thriller will release on 13th December.
Rani is reprising the role of the fearless and committed Superintendent of Police, Shivani Shivaji Roy in Mardaani 2. She also worked in the prequel, Mardaani, in which she took on the kingpin of a child trafficking racket.
In Mardaani 2, Rani will be seen pitted against a 21-year-old menacing villain who can be called pure evil. There is a lot of anticipation on who her villain will be and the crime that Rani will try to solve in the sequel.
Advice for Global Businesses
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Aditya Chopra is set to launch a new face as the antagonist. The film marks the directorial debut of Gopi Puthran, the writer of the first Mardaani film. Produced by Aditya Chopra, Mardaani 2 was shot extensively in Jaipur and parts of Rajasthan. This will be Rani’s next release after Hichki.
Quality of Bollywood Films
Bollywood films are considered so bad in quality that they cannot perform well at the global box office. It is a universally known fact that Bollywood operates at pathetically low performance parameters.
As Bollywood has become a family fiefdom, the sons, daughters, and other relatives of the veteran Bollywood film artists work in new films for peanuts to keep the costs in control.
Since Bollywood films are largely made for uneducated Indian masses, they do not earn much in the market. That’s why the revenue share of Indian films in the global market is less than 1%.
Almost all Bollywood films run just for a few days at local theaters frequented by moviegoers who don’t understand the meaning of content quality.
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