Madam Chief Minister trailer charts the rise of Richa Chadha's character from humble means
Richa Chadha's Madam Chief Minister is scheduled to hit theatres on 22 January
Political drama Madam Chief Minister, starring Richa Chadha, is all set to have a theatrical release on 22 January, the makers announced Monday.
The film is written and directed by Subhash Kapoor of Jolly LLB fame.
Recently, the film's trailer also released. The trailer charts the journey of Chadha's character from humble beginnings to political fame.
Check out the trailer
Madam Chief Minister, which also stars Manav Kaul and Saurabh Shukla, is produced by T-Series Films and Kangra Talkies.
T-Series also shared the first look of the film, which is set in Uttar Pradesh, on Twitter.
The poster features Chadha with a broom in her hand, alongside Kaul and Shukla, with "Untouchable, Unstoppable" as tagline.
"Presenting to you, the first look of #MadamChiefMinister, a gut shaking political drama starring Richa Chaddha, Manav Kaul and Saurabh Shukla! Out in cinemas on 22nd January! Stay tuned!" T-Series tweeted.
Chadha said the film is about an "untouchable" who braves all odds in life.
"Glad to present to you all, my new movie #MadamChiefMinister, a political drama about an ''untouchable'' who hustles and makes it big in life!" she tweeted.
Madam Chief Minister also features Akshay Oberoi and Shubhrajyoti in pivotal roles.
(With inputs from Press Trust of India)
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