Mumbai: Pan Nalin directorial 'Angry Indian Goddesses' is soon to have a prequel which would show each character in depth with their past stories.
Touted as India's first 'female buddy' film, featuring an ensemble cast of Sarah-Jane Dias, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Anushka Manchanda, Sandhya Mridul, Rajshri Deshpande and Adil Hussain, the movie earned rave reviews in India post its release, and has been lauded at international film festivals.
Although the cast of the prequel will remain the same with one or two new characters, Nalin shared that the “prequel will surely introduce some new and important characters that moulded them on being the women they are”.
“Following the life of the goddesses in the film, the audience did not only appreciate the storyline but each and every character. Keeping this in mind, we're planning to make a prequel to the film as it's only fair for the world to know the backstory of every goddess, of what made them the way they are today,” Nalin said in a statement.
“This prequel will surely introduce some new and important characters that moulded them on being the women they are. With all the acclaim, love and support not only in India but from across the world, we only hope to bring back the 'Angry Indian Goddesses' fever with this prequel,” he added.