Rani Mishra Of Jamshedpur Made A Feature Film On Police

Jamshedpur 23rd August 2021: Rani Mishra, a resident of Golmuri Cable Town, daughter of Bhuneshwar Pandey, has made this cultural capital proud by producing the Bhojpuri film ‘Hum Hain Rowdy SP Vijay’. 

Rani Mishra completed her schooling at Sakchi Girls High School. 

She informed that the Censor Board of Mumbai had given her film a U/A certificate.

At a special promo launch (trailer) of the film at the office of Police DIG Rajeev Ranjan Singh in Ranchi, where the film’s censor certificate was displayed, the senior police officer expressed his appreciation for the film.

Incidentally, the film revolves around the life and activities of personnel in khaki. 

The DIG said, “This young director has the enterprise to weave a meaningful story performance and technically. I wish her and her film all success.”

Manju Singh, wife of DIG Rajeev Ranjan Singh, and actor Prince Mishra of the film were also present on the occasion.

The shooting of the film has been done in many places in Jamshedpur, Nagaland, the beautiful areas of Bihar, and the rest of Jharkhand. 

Producer Rani Mishra said that the film is woven around family and social values and has scintillating action. 

“We have tried to present a true and honest image of Indian police personnel”, she added.

During the shooting in Jamshedpur, Rani highly appreciated the cooperation received by the unit from the district police. 

The film is expected to release by the end of December, ’21, and will be released in movie theatres and Bhojpuri channels on TV.

Despite this, Rani said, “I am looking forward to starting my new Bhojpuri celluloid venture ‘Ziddi IPS’ soon. I am feeling elated at receiving a congratulatory message for my new film, ‘Hum Hain Rowdy SP Vijay’ from none other than Bollywood director Abhay Sinha.”

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