A female police constable gets recruited to go undercover to bust a drug racket. Quiet and timid by nature, she poses as a prostitute to get closer to the leader of the gang and discovers the power of her latent sexuality. She uses her newfound strength to manipulate her targets and comes out as a fierce woman on the other side of the operation.
After graduating from an engineering college, Abhishek Tripathi (Jitendra Kumar), is forced to take up a low paying job as a Panchayat secretary, due to lack of better opportunities. As a result, he moves to a remote village in Uttar Pradesh and is bludgeoned with a cultural shock. Surrounded by simpletons who exist in a trivial society, Abhishek regrets his choice and decides to crack the CAT exam to escape. However, his time there may hold more surprises than she can think of.
Bearer of bad luck since infancy, Vicky’s life is cursed with a failing relationship and numerous unfortunate occurrences. He soon unearths his lucky charm when he meets Maya, but a shocking revelation throws his concepts of reality out the window. Maya is revealed to be a humanoid robot, who is being hunted by ‘The Mad Scientist’ for reasons Vicky needs to figure out before it’s too late.
- The White Tiger
The adaptation of Aravind Adiga’s acclaimed novel has managed to attract significant attention before release due to its stellar cast. Featuring Priyanka Chopra, Rajkummar Rao, and newcomer Adarsh Gaurav, the story focuses on a village boy who climbs up the social ladder in an attempt to lead a successful life. His journey is riddled with setbacks owing to his economically weaker status, but his willingness to take extreme measures in adversity helps him survive.
Bharat Lal’s life isn’t quite lively once he’s declared deceased in official government records. Hailing from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh, Bharat seeks legal help to regain his identity as a regular citizen of the country and goes to war against the authorities. He forms the Mritak Sangh—an association of wrongfully declared dead people, to make their voices heard. The story is based on a farmer, Lal Bihari Mritak’s life, who had to fight the Indian administration for 19 years to prove his existence.