Rani Mukerji is back with yet another movie after her post-maternity break with Hichki. The thrilling trailer of Mardaani 2 is out finally where Rani is playing a tough cop. In Hichki, the actress played the role of a teacher where she suffered from Tourette Syndrome.

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Mardaani 2 Trailer

The trailer is 2.19 minutes long and is crisp with a lot of intense scenes which will surely give you an adrenaline rush. The 2014 movie Mardaani dealt with the issue of human trafficking, whereas this one is slightly different from the first one.

In Mardaani 2, Rani aka Shivani Roy is a cop who is behind a serial rapist. The story is set in Kota – the city famous for IIT-JEE coaching as students from all over the country come for coaching. The trailer shows a cat-and-mouse chase between Shivani and the rapist.

The story in the trailer starts with a girl taking a lift from a guy who rapes and brutally murders her. The case then goes to the police station, where Shivani Roy is in charge. She vows to arrest the serial rapist.

What’s next are some thrilling scenes where we don’t get a glimpse of the rapist. It’s just the voice that hovers throughout the trailer and challenges Shivani Roy to stop him.

Here is the trailer:

The Showdown

In an interview, director Gopi Puthran said,

“Rani as Shivani will be seen in a massive showdown with a 21-year-old villain who is an embodiment of pure evil. He is a dangerous criminal who targets women.”

The film also marks the directorial debut of Puthran, who worked as a writer of the first film Mardaani. The teaser was released on Navratri.

Twitter Reactions

As soon as the trailer dropped, people took to Twitter to express their reactions. Here, take a look!


A lot of movies have been made where the makers tried to show assault on women. The question here arises is how different is this one from the other movie. Well to know this, we have to watch the movie. The movie is set to be released on 13 December 2019.

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