Shabri is 2011 Indian film directed by Lalit Marathe and produced by Ram Gopal Varma. It is about a woman, played by Ishaa Koppikar, who becomes the first female crime lady in Mumbai.Wikipedia
The best thing about this film is that it's over in 95 minutes!
Audiences won't find anything new in this movie either. Why bother.
Shabri, despite its many flaws, watchable if not memorable.
Simple as Shabri is, director Marathe makes the film a gritty watch that keeps you fairly engaged. At around 95 minutes, that’s not so bad.
On the whole, Shabri is too routine to make its mark. Also given that there is no known male lead in the film, it will go largely unnoticed. Lack of promotion will only add to its tale of woes.
There are 'inspirations' from SATYA, and in one scene, Ramu's old friend Urmila Matondkar too makes a fleeting appearance.