Richa Chadha and Pankaj Tripathi are going to star in the biopic Shakeela, Trailer out.

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biopic Shakeela Trailer out

A few days earlier the teaser of Richa Chadha’s next film Shakeela was dropped and now the movie is set to release on the Christmas. The trailer has been released by the makers of Shakeela and it will take you back to the 90’s. The trailer of the film gives you a clear picture of what the film is all about and also gives a sneak-peak into the character of Pankaj Tripathi who plays a pivotal role in the movie. Richa has put in a lot of efforts to get into the skin of Shakeela to be prepared for the biopic. 

The movie is being directed by Indrajit Lankesh and the trailer reveals that the movie revolves around the rise of Shakeela after the death of popular star Silk Smitha. The trailer introduces the back story of Shakeela and her childhood as she went on to become the most desirable women on screen. Shakella tracks the controversial events and the lift of the actress. From back-to-back hits and the rapid rise in stardom. She was quite popular. Pankaj Tripathi, however, has limited dialogues in the trailer but plays a leading hero in the movie and its quite pleasing to see him in the role.

Richa Chadha and Pankaj Tripathi biopic Shakeela

The trailer of Shakeela will give u glimpse of the adulation and love shakeela received but that did not come without hate.  Shakeela will be releasing in five languages- Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada. It will be released in over 1000 screens and will be the first film post lockdown to do that.

Richa Chadha and Pankaj Tripathi biopic Shakeela

“Shakeela is truly a labor of love and commitment to show Shakeela’s story is iconic in so many ways. Her story is almost folklore today, but the truth is that so much happened to her while she soared to success from nothing and then came back to nothing again. I’m happy that our producers are releasing the film so widely, gives me the confidence to know that it’s a film that will appeal to the larger masses. To release in so many languages was important because that was the power of Shakeela.” Said director Inderjit Lankesh.