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Patna Shuklla 2024 – Everything to know about the courtroom drama on the education scam of roll numbers

Patna Shuklla is a thrilling legal drama that explores the unseen side of modern-day education and the scams engulfing the merit of deserving students. The film will be released on OTT this summer.

Patna Shuklla 2024 – Everything to know about the courtroom drama on the education scam of roll numbers
A still from the trailer of Patna Shuklla

Last Updated: 05.55 PM, Mar 16, 2024


Patna Shuklla is an upcoming legal drama that seamlessly interweaves two different narratives into a thrilling film. Produced by Arbaaz Khan, the film is being helmed by Vivek Budakoti and will enjoy an exclusive summer release on Disney+ Hotstar. The film's trailer was released on March 11, which offers a special glimpse of the challenges that lie ahead for the two female leads of the film.

Patna Shuklla release date and cast

Patna Shuklla will be available to stream on Disney+ Hotstar starting March 29. It stars talented actors like Raveena Tandon as Tanvi Shukla, Manav Vij as her husband, Anushka Kaushik as Rinku Kumari, Satish Kaushik as the judge, Chandan Roy Sanyal as the lawyer fighting against Shukla, and Jatin Goswami as a corrupt, bigshot politician.


Patna Shuklla trailer and plot

Patna Shuklla has a dual conflict. Both are severe at their respective degrees. Rinku Kumari is a Bachelor of Science student who has given a good exam but received an incorrectly marked result. Tanvi Shukla is a dutiful wife and lawyer who is constantly reminded that she is autonomous but inferior, independent but burdened by those around her, including her own husband.

The film explores what happens to these conflicts when females begin speaking the truth out loud. Introduced to others even by her husband as a lawyer who gets minor cases and is better at writing affidavits than fighting cases, Tanvi is a soft-spoken and polite lady who is fine with her lot, despite feeling uncomfortable in such instances.

But when Rinku, confident of her merit but desperate for justice, comes to her, a spark is lit. And it may just burn the wicker pile of corruption and misogyny in society and education, or burn out trying instead. As the two women unite in their protest and purpose in order to reveal the truth, danger begins stalking them closely.

From getting their house demolished to her husband losing his job, to Rinku being in the hospital, the women may battle with death itself, but will not bow out of the fight. A brave tale of resilience, womanhood, and honesty, Patna Shuklla promises to be a different kind of legal drama, less flashy and more connected to reality.

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