With a title like Angry Indian Goddesses, it doesn’t take a talent to figure what Pan Nalin’s latest film will be about – indignant Indian women. Though a film is being touted as India’s initial friend film with women personification a lead roles, there indeed has been some prior catastrophic attempts during a genre before this. And there have been several films about women removing any other’s backs yet they weren’t labelled ‘buddy films’.
The film’s expel includes Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Sarah-Jane Dias, Anushka Manchanda, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande and Pavleen Gujral. This might be Nalin’s initial mainstream-ish film.
The trailer opens with a matrimony proclamation and successive fad of a organisation of friends. The 7 lady are afterwards introduced, any shown to be as different as their names – Frieda, Suranjana, Nargis, Mad, Laxmi Joanna, and Pammi.
Throughout a trailer is laughter, there is romance, there friendship, there is quirkiness and afterwards are glimpses of dark with guns, knives and ‘angry’ women.
The video is enhanced with a touching credentials song, Kattey stoical by Ram Sampath, achieved by Bhanvari Devi Hard Kaur underneath a Coke Studio@MTV Season 3 label, that adds to he amour of the trailer.
Overall, Angry Indian Goddesses looks interesting.
Watch a full trailer here