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Modi Ji Ki Beti trailer: Avani Modi claims to be Narendra Modi’s daughter in this meta comedy

Directed by Eddy Singh, the upcoming film is written by the actress as well.

Avani Modi in Modi Ji Ki Beti

Keyur Seta

Director Eddy Singh’s Modi Ji Ki Beti (2022) stars Avani Modi in the titular character. Interestingly, her character in the movie is also named Avani Modi. She actually is Modi’s daughter in real life.

In the film, she plays the daughter of Indian prime minister Narendra (pronounced as Narender in the film) Modi’s daughter. At least, this is what she claims. 

After starring in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Calendar Girls (2015), Avani is struggling to make a mark in the Hindi film industry. Co-incidentally, she plays a struggling actress in the film too. 

Considering her claim to be true, two dumb Pakistani terrorists, played by Pitobash Tripathy and Vikram Kochhar, kidnap her, hoping to demand Paksitan’s rule over Kashmir in return. However, the two soon realize that they have created a blunder. Worse, the tables are turned when Avani takes them as hostages instead.

The trailer of Modi Ki Ki Beti is full of situational and meta humour. The funny take on terrorism instantly reminds us of the iconic Tere Bin Laden (2010). The makers have not only used Indian PM’s real name but have also mentioned that he used to sell tea early in his life. 

Now, we just hope the Central Bureau of Film Certification (CBFC) doesn’t spoil the party. They have previously muted the words ‘Mann Ki Baat’ from the film Sameer (2017) because the prime minister has a radio show of the same name. 

Avani appears to be talented from whatever we see of her in the trailer. She has also written the film. Tripathy and Kochhar suit the characters of inexperienced and underqualified terrorists. 

Produced by Avani Modi, Eddy Singh and Arpit Garg, Modi Ji Ki Beti is due to be released in theatres on 14 October. 

Watch the trailer and let us know if you would be keen to see the film.

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