The much anticipated cop-drama starring Priyanka Chopra as the lead is finally out in the theatres. Being a sequel to the Ajay Devgan starrer “Gangajal” released in the year 2003, this one was released today and let’s see if this action packed flick with a female policewoman in the lead will rock on the silver screen.
This female-centric movie is based on how SP Abha Mathur (the first female SP of Bankipur, a small town in Bihar) goes against the local MLA Babloo Pandey (played by Manav Kaul) and his goons and how she is determined to restore law and order in the area.
1. Priyanka Chopra in the lead role as SP Abha Mathur
Priyanka has grown as an actress and is known for her choice of roles (especially the challenging ones in movies such as Mary Kom and Barfi) and always has something different to serve on the platter. The actress is reported to have started shooting for her Hollywood debut movie Baywatch. Watching her on screen is truly a delight for everyone.
2. Prakash Jha Not Only Wears A Director’s Hat, But Is Set To Make His Acting Debut
Yes, with this movie, director Prakash Jha is all set to make his acting debut in the Bollywood. He is always known for being a competent storyteller, and with this flick, he has also proved his mettle as an actor.
3. Sequel To 2003 Release Gangajal
Being a sequel to the super hit film Gangajal starring Ajay Devgan in the lead role, Jai Ganagajal opened to big expectations.
4. One of The Rare Movies With A Policewoman In A Lead Role
Continuing the portrayal of One Man Army Against Crime, Priyanka Chopra leaves a deep impact by playing the protagonist role as SP Abha Mathur in Jai Gangajal.
From Manoj Vajpayee in Shool to Ajay Devgan in Gangajal, we have always seen male actors playing the lead in such cop dramas, but this flick is all set to break this stereotype with some action-packed sequences by our leading lady!
Director: Prakash Jha
Actors: Priyanka Chopra, Prakash Jha, Manav Kaul, Ayush Mahesh Khedekar, Rahul Bhat, Ninad Kamat, Vega Tamotia, Murli Sharma
Releasing Date: 4th March