Mardaani released last week to rave reviews and a decent opening at the box office. And while it is all good for the film's numbers, there are a lot of lessons we can learn from the film, and more specifically, from Rani Mukerjee's character in the film. We list down 7 such life lessons from the movie, which ever person can and should inculcate from the film.
1) We should never give up, no matter what the situation. Shivani (Mukerjee) meets dead ends at every situation in the case, yet she keeps at it. And eventually succeeds.
2) Shivani also says in the film â€œAgar kutte ko pakadna ho, toh kutta banna padta hai, chuhe ko pakadna ho, toh chuha, agar sher ka shikar karna ho, toh sher banna padta hai.â€ While this might sound like an exaggeration, it teaches you a valuable lesson- you should treat every person, as they treat you.
3) If someone takes something away from you, you HAVE to fight, to get it back. Don't take anything lying down.
4) A woman CAN beat a man in a brawl. Never be afraid if a man is trying to physically impose himself at you. You can always intimidate him back. Be smart, and don't lose your cool in such a situation.
5) Do NOT assume that a fight is always fair. Your opponent sometimes has an advantage over you. But you shouldn't let that bother you.
6) If you see something wrong happening in the society, do NOT be afraid to speak against it, even if it doesn't bother you personally. Remember, every war is personal.
7) This is something that the antagonist of the film says. But it certainly makes sense, so here goes. Karan (Tahir Raj Bhasin) at one point in the movie says, fear is a good tool to get work done quickly. Now, we do NOT ask you to start threatening people. But if you want someone to give you what you deserve, or what is rightfully yours, a little fear can actually help you.