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Bastar -The Naxal Story’s new promo | Adah Sharma’s frustration on politicians amid crisis is super relatable

Ahead of its March 15 release, the makers of Bastar – The Naxal Story have released a new promo which features Adah Sharma feeling frustrated at the lack of timely help from men in power. 

Bastar -The Naxal Story’s new promo | Adah Sharma’s frustration on politicians amid crisis is super relatable
Adah Sharma's frustration in Bastar - The Naxal Story is super relatable

Last Updated: 04.21 PM, Mar 09, 2024


The Kerala Story actress Adah Sharma is getting ready for a big film release, Bastar – The Naxal Story’s cinematic premiere on March 15. With barely days left for the release, the makers today released a gripping, highly relatable new promo video featuring leading lady Adah Sharma.  

Here's all about the film’s latest promo...

Bastar – The Naxal Story’s new promo 

Bastar – The Naxal Story’s new promo that was dropped on Instagram today depicts Adah Sharma, also known as IG Neerja Mathur, receiving word from a teammate that her intuition about the Naxals was right. Neerja has yet another suspicion that they are deceiving her. She gives the minister a call and requests that he send a backup. However, the minister declines. The minister won't budge, even when Neerja pleads with him, telling him that her soldiers might not be alive by dawn. 

Consequently, Neerja is shown cursing the minister and the political motives of men in authority. What stands out is the realism with which Adah Sharma delivers a power-packed performance in the short and crisp promo. Neerja’s annoyance with the state of politics in India will permeate the audience’s veins and make them feel her anger like it’s their own.  

Bastar – The Naxal Story’s Plot, Cast and Crew 


Following the huge success of The Kerala Story, producers Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Sudipto Sen, and Adah Sharma have reunited for Bastar: The Naxal Story. This film tackles the complex problem of naxalism in India, suggesting that certain people and outside forces are involved in spreading opposing ideologies. It challenges viewers to consider the reality portrayed in detail. The film's creators claim that real-life incidents involving the Naxals in Chhattisgarh provided inspiration for the film. 

The Bastar uprising started in 1910 in the region that is now Chhattisgarh. In addition to Adah Sharma, the movie also features Raima Sen, Indira Tiwari, Shilpa Shukla, Subrat Dutta, and Yashpal Sharma, among others. 

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