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Angry Indian Goddesses

Angry Indian Goddesses

Movie Angry Indian Goddesses
Release Date 4 December 2015
Genre Drama
Cast Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Sarah-Jane Dias, Anushka Manchanda, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande
Director Pan Nalin
Story By Pan Nalin
Producer Gaurav Dhingra
Language Hindi

Angry Indian Goddesses Story And Plot

As the name suggests, the movie is all about some young girls who have the smart humour of surprising their amigos by doing some unpredictable activities. One such activity is deeply described in this story which revolves around the marriage of Sarah-Jane Dias (Frieda Da Silva) which seems unexpected for her mates, Tannishtha Chatterjee (Nargis Nasreen), Anushka Manchanda (‘Mad’ Madhurita), Sandhya Mridul (‘Su’ Suranjana), Amrit Maghera (‘Jo’ Joanna), Arjun Mathur (Zain), Rajshri Deshpande (Lakshmi), whom she invites to Goa at her family home and discloses about it. This generates exciting numerous reactions from the buddies present their and the story thus proceeds with many other revealments of the hidden mysteries.

Angry Indian Goddesses Teaser And Trailer Review

The theatrical trailer as well as the teaser got huge repercussion from the Bollywood fans which made it achieve acme reviews at social networking media. All the starrers are new to this industry and are about to make their unique positions in it. Trailer covered all the aspects of lives of the characters working in it and entertained the spectators per-fervid for its launch. All new characters of the film were seen giving a stance of their skills and qualities in the teaser as well as trailer. The film was released on 27th November 2015 and earned a sufficient amount in three days. The bulk response to the cinema was due to the new faces appeared on the silver screen. It may have driven more attestations if have included any legend person of this field.

Angry Indian Goddesses First Look And Poster

The first look and poster was revealed a month before. The poster was having a red coloured face of a lady with her tongue leaning outwards and having the pictures of musical instruments printed on it. This meant the film with young new comers with glamour was to put the real life enjoyment in front of the audience watching it. First look too curbed maximum attentions from the public keenly interested in watching every Bollywood movie. The romantic scenes throughout the story turned numerous eyeballs towards it. The charming ladies allured the spectators with their flourishing beauties and the pics of which were followed by the poster of the movie. Many termed it as India’s first all-out female buddy film debuting Pan Nalin in the Bollywood industry.

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