Directed by Ajay Bahl, ‘Section 375’ is an upcoming Bollywood drama-crime film starring Akshaye Khanna, as criminal lawyer Tarun Saluja, Richa Chadha, as public prosecutor Hiral Mehta, Meera Gupta, as the victim, and Rahul Bhat, as a Director Rohan Khurrana in the lead roles.
The film is inspired by a true incident and concentrates on the ill use of Section 375 of Indian Penal Code. The film will depict a case filed against a well-known Bollywood Director for raping a costume assistant who works in his production house.
Yesterday, the filmmakers unveiled the poster of the film which features Akshaye Khanna and Richa Chadha as lawyers in the courtroom. With the poster of the film, the plot of the movie has also been given.
Akshaye Khanna took to his Instagram handle to share the poster of the film saying, “Another case filed against a renowned Bollywood director. The fight for justice has begun. #TeaserOutTomorrow #Section375 #AkshayeKhanna @therichachadha@meerachopra #RahulBhat #AjayBahl@panorama_studios @tseries.official.”
Check out the poster below:
And today, the teaser of the film has been dropped by the filmmakers. The one minute and eleven seconds teaser showcase Richa Chadha as a public prosecutor, putting out statistics of rape cases in India and Akshaye Khanna defending while bombarding with more stats, after which, a black background appears with a voice saying, “Maine kisi ka rape nahi kiya.”
Check out the full teaser here:
Recently, Akshaye Khanna shared the teaser of the film on his Instagram handle making the fans curious about the film. He writes, “When both are right, how do you know what’s the truth? #Section375Teaser out now (link in bio) The movie releases on 13th September 2019.#akshayekhanna @therichachadha@meerachopra #RahuBhat@PanoramaMovies @TSeries#AjayBahl #KumarMangat@abhishekpathakk.”
The film will also feature Zakir Hussain, Kumud Mishra, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Atul Kulkarni and Tanuka Laghate in the supporting roles.
Visit your nearby cinemas to witness the real truth on judgement day -13 September.