Ghazi Review By IMDb, Behindwoods, Indiaglitz And Gulte Website: The Ghazi Attack is a war version of what happened to PNS Ghazi, Pakistan’s most decorated submarine that was mysteriously sunk during the 1971 Indo Pak War. We should appreciate debutant director Sankalp Reddy’s sincere efforts in making a film, that for the first time, delves into the depths of the sea.
The Ghazi Attack
Direction: Sankalp Reddy
Cast: Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon, Om Puri, Nasser, Atul Kulkarni, Taapsee Pannu
Rana Daggubati And Taapsee Pannu Ghazi Review
Every now and then comes a film that leaves you pleasantly surprised. Last year, it was Sonam Kapoor’s terrific flick “Neerja”. Now, it’s the multi lingual The Ghazi Attack. Even after watching that impressive trailer video to the film, I surely hadn’t much hopes about the final product, because submarine drama is a genre we have never attempted before and the fact that it is directed by a debutante. But The Ghazi Attack turned out to be much more better than my expectations.
- 4/5 Star By Times of India
- 1.5/5 Star By The Indian Express
- 3.5/5 star By Bollywood Life
If you love watching a war movie, that too about a mission that is mired under the weight of being ‘classified’ and under the sea, the truth about which can surface only exploring the depth of the sea bed, then The Ghazi Attack is a must watch film.
More interestingly, Daggubati too is wonderfully restrained – a complete changeover from the kind of parts he has been playing so far. In addition, we also have an excellent performance from Atul Kulkarni, who as the executive officer.
1st half of the movie is quite interesting and second half of the film that rivets you to your seat and gives you the feeling of being within the claustrophobic confines of a submarine.
So its all about Ghazi Review By IMDb, Behindwoods, Indiaglitz And Gulte Website. Soon i will update 1st day collection of the film.