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Chhatriwali first look out; Rakul Preet Singh stars in social comedy

The film, produced by RSVP Movies, stars Rakul as a condom tester

Published: 13th November 2021

RSVP Movies has shared the first look of Chhatriwali, a new social comedy starring Rakul Preet Singh.

Directed by Tejas Deoskar, the film stars Rakul in the role of a condom tester.

"Bin mausam barsaat kabhi bhi ho sakti hai…Apni chhatri taiyaar rakhiye! Presenting the first look of #Chhatriwali," Rakul tweeted sharing two posters of the film.

In Chhatriwali, Rakul plays an unemployed chemistry graduate in the small town of Karnal. Desperate for a job, she becomes a condom tester, a secret she must hide from everyone around her.

The actor shares, "It’s quite an interesting and hatke subject and I am very thrilled about starting the journey of my character. It's important to highlight some issues in a light-hearted way and that has got me pretty excited.”

Director Tejas Deoskar says, “Our film is a social family entertainer, which aims at de-stigmatising  the use of condoms and we are truly excited that the film has gone on floors. Rakul brings freshness to every role that she portrays and with a sensitive, thought provoking subject like this, the audience will certainly enjoy a roller-coaster ride of comedy.”

Rakul's last appearance was in the Telugu film Konda Polam. Her forthcoming slate includes Doctor G, MayDay, Thank God, Attack and Indian 2.

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