'Patna Shuklla' trailer featuring Raveena Tandon in the lead, was released on March 11. The film will premiere on Disney+ Hotstar on March 29, 2024.

‘Patna Shuklla’ trailer is finally out. Raveena Tandon is all set to enthrall fans with her performance as lawyer Tanvi Shuklla in the upcoming film. Produced by Arbaaz Khan Productions Pvt Ltd and directed by Vivek Budakoti, the courtroom drama begins streaming on Disney+ Hotstar starting March 29, 2024.

The forthcoming film takes you on an uncommon journey of Tanvi Shukla, a common woman who takes matters into her own hands when she sees a student entangled in a roll number scam. ‘Patna Shuklla’ dives into the education scam of roll numbers that affect the lives of thousands of earnest students in India.

The film ‘Patna Shuklla’ is the perfect entertainer packaged as a slice of life along with a heartwarming story of two women who go above and beyond to fight for justice while tackling the pressures and the responsibilities of motherhood.

Producer Arbaaz Khan spoke about the upcoming film in a press statement and said, "Patna Shuklla is a very special story, the journey of Patna Shukla aka Tanvi Shukla is uncommon yet relatable. A woman managing her household and profession is what we have been seeing in today's time, but what makes Patna Shuklla the superwoman is her courage to stand up for the truth. Each person who has worked on the film is extremely proud to bring a story from deep-rooted India. I am grateful for Disney+ Hotstar to narrate this unique tale of a roll number scam and fight for justice and take it to all Indians.”

Raveena Tandon, who plays the role of Tanvi Shukla said, "Patna Shuklla aka Tanvi Shuklla’s journey is relatable with Indians, it is a story of a woman leading at the front and managing her household and work life, which certainly is every woman in our country. I've poured a part of myself into my character, and I'm eagerly looking forward to everyone experiencing it on Disney+ Hotstar. The trailer offers just a glimpse, and there's so much more awaiting the audience in the full film.”