Thanks so much for the scans, five_red! It's especially attractive that she is a normal-looking housewife who transforms into the powerful superheroine. There's been a Wikipedia page on this character for quite a while.
What baffles me is why their comic book company, which has been around since the 1980s and is quite successful in sales in India,
hasn't converted their characters to any movies yet (although it looks like they've been trying, with Nagraj and Aadamhkor etc) and
why Shakti can't be part of that push, when she has had 97 issues come out of her comic. I would imagine it would be a fantastic character for any major Indian actress to play.
It also says on the Raj Comics Wiki page that only a very few titles and collections have been printed in English. I wonder who printed them and how hard those might be to find..and whether they would consider printing more them, knowing that the sales for English-language Indian comics in the West (namely from Virgin Comics, and the more recent Graphic India - I just got all the volumes of
Grant Morrison's 18 Days from 2016..which is a retelling of Indian mythology) have been rather mediocre, with very few Indian-Americans or British Indians really championing comics the way they should.
Raj Comics Rises is a pretty informative Youtube channel which consistently showcases their upcoming comics series. If you check it out, you'll notice that there are very few prominent superheroines in their lineup...basically only Shakti. They also don't have many videos about their heroines. But here are a couple. (sorry, they're in Hindi but you can look at the pretty pictures)
Here's the origin video for Shakti that Raj Comics made a couple years ago:
And here's a video about the various Raj Comics female characters. The narrator lists 20 of them. Many of them look very hot!