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The newly released trailer of upcoming Hindi movie Parched directed by Leena Yadav is now the hottest talking topic on various social media sites. 

The two minute and thirty-two seconds video clip was released yesterday, September 12, 2016, and it is receiving positive reviews from all corners. The presence of Radhika Apte is the major highlight of this film, as, after the release of Rajinikanth's Kabali, she has earned widespread public acceptance among people down south too.

As the new trailer which is out now is also receiving rave reviews, expectations about this flick have reached new heights. Earlier, the nude scene which features Radhika was leaked and circulated online, and it succeeded in creating an increase in overall anticipations.

Women oriented film

Bollywood Superstar Ajay Devgn has produced this movie. The film will feature the story of four ladies, Rani, Lajjo, Janki, and Bijli. The director, through Parched, will showcase their emotional journey in the most elegant way. The film will also discuss various socially relevant issues which include, marital rapes, gender bias and child marriage which still prevails in various states of India.

Below is the trailer clip

After watching the video, Kajol, the better half of Ajay Devgn lauded the efforts of the film's crew. As per Kajol, this movie is a story about women, and it carries a strong social message which is very much relevant in current scenarios.

With trailers and clips receiving applause from people of various genre, anticipations about this new flick has reached new levels of fame.

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It has previously been screened in reputed platforms like Indian Film Festival of Melbourne and Toronto International Film Festival where it was opened to critical acclaim.

Russell Carpenter, known for the cranking camera for movies like True Lies, Charlies Angels and Ant-Man has done the cinematography for this film. Kevin Tent is another International person associated with this project. He has carried out the editing for this film.