The Ghazi Attack: A must watch War Film

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The Ghazi Attack Cast: Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon, Taapsee Pannu, Om Puri, Nasser, Atul Kulkarni

Director: Sankalp Reddy

Genre: Thriller

Duration: 2 hours 5 minutes

The Ghazi Attack Story:

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In 1971, PNS Ghazi a Pakistani Submarine entered into Indian border aiming to destroy Indian Submarine INS Vikrant. This movie is the first underwater war film that unfolds the untold story of the bravery of our Indian Navy in that war.

The Ghazi Attack Review:

Debutant director Sankalp Reddy has impressed us with his sincere Filmmaking. Unlike typical Indian war films where we get to see boring backstories, this movie hits right chord right from the beginning. The sinking of PNS Ghazi on Indian coasts was a mystery for everyone but this movie claims that S-21 (originally INS- Vikrant) Indian Submarine attacked it resulting in its sinking.

Captain Ranvijay Singh ( Kay Kay Menon) the commanding officer of S-21 is on a secret search mission for a Pakistani Submarine entering the Indian borders. He is accompanied by a pair of poised officers Arjun ( Daggubati ) and Devraj ( Atul Kulkarni). They got a secret information that PNS Ghazi is aiming to destroy aircraft carrier INS Vikrant in order to reach Bangladesh.

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Taapsee Pannu is playing a Bangladeshi refugee here. Each character in the film has given a power pack performance and its story is so gripping and relatable. Technical limitations have not affected it much. The chase sequence and funny conversation of Pakistani officers keep you involved in the film.

Overall The Ghazi Attack has a good riveting story with some sensible acting and it only lacks a bit of visual appearance. Go for it, if you love the mission and war movies.

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