A political-drama where a young woman from a small village rises to power into the world of politics by breaking barriers of caste and patriarchy and overcomes the obstacles placed by her opponents to become the chief minister and work for the upliftment of backward classes.Madam Chief Minister Movie Download.
Madam Chief Minister is a 2021 Indian Hindi-language political drama film directed by Subhash Kapoor. The film stars Richa Chadda in the lead role. The film’s official announcement was made by Chadda on 12 February 2020.
In a chilling opening scene, writer-director Subhash Kapoor shows us how a Dalit groom’s procession, ends up in a bloody shootout, just because it inconveniences a Thakur family. In the commotion that ensues, a poor Dalit man Roop Ram is killed, minutes before his wife delivers yet another girl child. This is Uttar Pradesh of 1982, where gender and caste discrimination are rampant and infanticide is a common practice.
Cut to 2005 and the girl child Tara (Richa Chadha) has grown up to become a fiery and hot-headed young lady, whose whirlwind affair with an upcoming politician, almost costs her, her life. Just then, a respected grass-root level Dalit leader Masterji (Saurabh Shukla) takes her under his wing and thus begins her journey into the murky world of politics and power.
Kapoor gives us a busy screenplay with myriad events and challenges in his protagonist’s life and this keeps the narrative flowing with unpredictable plot twists. Sure, some conflicts resolve too conveniently and some twists clearly seem implausible, but the fact that Tara’s character is so strikingly similar to UP’s former CM, we know that in politics, nothing is impossible.Of course, the makers strain hard to make Tara look like the hero of their story – powerful yet pained and ballsy yet betrayed, often. But Kapoor’s writing devotes little time to the evolution of Tara, from a rank nobody to a seasoned politician, despite the fact that she is never shown to harbour any political ambitions. This robs it of some conviction in the narrative that desperately tries to check all the boxes of a pulsating political potboiler.