Rani Mukerji is back on the silver screen with her 2014 franchise Mardaani. Once again she is dealing with a dreaded criminal who is involved in raping and killing young girls like what she did in the prequel thrashing and booking the man involved in human trafficking. The film now has a similar story but with a difference based in a city that draws young students all across the country called Kota and they are being targetted with crimes like rape and murder.
However, as the edgy and action-filled trailer hit the screens, it did create a good impact in the media, although it also attracted the repulsion from the people of the town along with the Lok Sabha speaker who belongs to Kota only. They objected that the city would get a bad name and thus would remain its image that calls students from all directions for preparing for IIT JEE and NEET along with other competitive exams.
The film captures brutal serial rapist who systematically is seen targeting young women. Shivani played by Rani takes care of the violent crimes carried out on juveniles pledging to nab his collar and drag the criminal to the court who have been targetting the young girls. So, when the objection was raised, the makers were quick to do the required changes. They now plan to remove the name of Kota from the film so that it does not add the bad light to the city. Rani Mukerji is reprising the same old cop role who remains the fearless and committed Superintendent of Police called Shivani Shivaji Roy. The film is all set to hit the screens on 13th December.