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Richa Chadha And Akshaye Khanna’s Courtroom Drama, Section 375 Trailer Released

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The trailer for the upcoming much in talks film Section 375 touching the briefs of Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code has hit the Internet on Tuesday and seems to be getting a really good start. This courtroom drama features Richa Chadha and Akshaye Khanna in the lead roles, who will be seen debating over the touch points of the Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code. The film has been helmed by Ajay Bahl-directed film and is known to be inspired by real life incidents.

Actress Meera Chopra is playing the fictional character of Anjali Vasudev Dangle, who works as a junior costume assistant in the film industry. The two-and-a-half minute trailer starts with Meera recollecting the minute details of the sexual assault that took place with her. She accuses the film director Rohan Ravi Khurana (played by Rahul Bhat), which is also a fictional character of the assault that happened to her. But, Anjali soon finds herself trapped in the loop of few intimate level harsh questions relating to the assault. The latter part of the trailer shows Richa Chadha and Akshaye Khanna representing Anjali and film director Rohan Ravi Khurana’s cases in the court, respectively.

Richa Chadha has once again showed her impressive portrayal of a righteous lawyer while, Akshaye Khanna’s intense persona as a strong lawyer is definitely going to keep the audiences magnetized. The crisp dialogues are going to be a special mention for the film. Sandhya Mridul can also be seen making a blink-and-miss appearance in the trailer.

Check out the trailer of Section 375 here:

Richa Chadha shared the film’s trailer on her Instagram profile on Tuesday, captioned: “Every story has three sides. His story, her story and the truth. Verdict out on September 13 (that’s when the film will release).Section 375 trailer out now on.”


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