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Nimrat Kaur, Radhika Madan to star in social thriller, Happy Teachers' Day

Backed by Maddock Films, the Mikhil Musale directorial goes on floors on Monday

Published: 05th September 2022
Nimrat and Radhika

Maddock Films (Badlapur, Hindi Medium, Stree) has announced its next production, Happy Teachers' Day.

Helmed by Mikhil Musale, Happy Teachers' Day is written by Mikhil and Parinda Joshi. It will star Nimrat Kaur and Radhika Madan as leads. On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, Maddock dropped a video announcing the social thriller. 

While details are under wraps, the video hints that the film is about the social perception of teachers. As the camera glides over a classroom, we see angry Twitter reactions demanding the sacking of a teacher. "Is this what our children will learn?" reads one. "Obscene. Shameful. Unacceptable," reads another. While the short clip begins by highlighting the fact that teachers educate, enlighten, empower, and shape our lives, it ends on a questioning note — "But can’t they have a life?"

Produced by Dinesh Vijan, Happy Teachers' Day goes on floors today. It will release on Teacher’s Day, September 5, 2023. Radhika Madan is known for Pataakha, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota and Angrezi Medium. Nimrat Kaur last appeared in Dasvi

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