The movie Madam Chief Minister tells the story of Tara, a young woman from a lower caste who dreams of making a difference in her community. She joins a political party and works her way up through the ranks, eventually becoming a trusted aide to a senior leader. Despite her intelligence and hard work, Tara faces discrimination and prejudice from those around her, who view her caste as a barrier to success.
Despite the challenges, Tara is undeterred, and when the opportunity arises, she seizes it with both hands. She stands for election in her constituency and wins, becoming the youngest Chief Minister in the state’s history. However, her ascent to power is not without its challenges. She faces opposition from within her own party, as well as from other political parties and the media. There are also personal challenges, including her relationship with her boyfriend, who is a member of a higher caste.
The film explores the complexities and contradictions of Indian politics, including the pervasive influence of caste and the rampant corruption that is often a feature of political life. It also highlights the struggles of women in positions of power, who must navigate a male-dominated world and overcome entrenched biases and discrimination.
Starring: Richa Chadda, Manav Kaul, Akshay Oberoi, Saurabh Shukla