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Shakuntala Devi Trailer: Vidya Balan's charm is all over in this biopic.


Published On: 15 July 2020 | Bollywood | By:

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Vidya Balan's upcoming biopic Shakuntala Devi - Human Computer is out. The film is based on Shakuntala Devi a mathematical genius. The film, releasing on Amazon Prime, also features Sanya Malhotra, Amit Sadh and Jisshu Sengupta.

Vidya Balan's Shakuntala Devi Trailer is out. And the later is looking interesting. Vidya Balan is charming and humorous, she instantly makes the viewer fall in love with her. 

The trailer opens with a quirky Vidya who charms with her funny antics as she introduces the viewers to her best friend ‘math’. She says it has no rules, only magic. It then goes on to show a glimpse of her journey from being a child prodigy who expresses her wish to go to school, and her father replies, “What will the school teach you, instead, you will end up teaching the school.”

The trailer goes on to show Shakuntala flying to London where she proves her computational prowess and gets her name registered in the book of Guinness World Records. 

It also throws light on her personal life as she struggles to juggle between math and bringing up her daughter, played by Sanya Malhotra. The bittersweet relationship of the mother-daughter duo hints at the tonnes of drama that the film promises. And even Vidya confirms at the end of the trailer, “We Indians are like that only. Drama or nothing.”

Shakuntala Devi will tell the story of the mathematics genius who was known to be witty and eccentric. Popularly known as The Human-Computer, she lived life on her own terms. She earned her a place in the 1982 edition of The Guinness Book of World Records. She is survived by her daughter, Anupama Banerjee. 

The film is releasing on July 31st on Amazon Prime Video.

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