Ghazi Movie Review:
Ghazi Movie Release Date : February 17, 2017
Starting : Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Om Puri, Nasser, Milind Gunz, Tapsee, and others
Director : Sankalp Reddy
Producer : Niranjan Reddy, Jagan Mohan Reddy, Pearl V Potlri, Param Potluri, Kavin Anne
GHAZI MOVIE STORY:
Established in 1971, Ghazi traces submarine warfare between the Indian submarine S-21 and the PNS Ghazi of Pakistan. Based on the mysterious sinking of Ghazi, the war drama takes place under the waters of the Bay of Bengal.
GHAZI MOVIE REVIEW:
“The war you did not know” – is an appropriate slogan for Ghazi. As the legend says, The Indian and Pakistan Navy have different accounts And the director did an impeccable job to her.
Ghazi opens a brief overview of the political scenario between Pakistan and India and its influence on the decisions taken by the armed forces. In a mission classified to intercept an alleged attack on the east coast of India, INS Vikrant sails with submarine S-21, captain of hot head captain Rann Vijay Singh (Kay Kay Menon). And to balance his aggression, Lieutenant-Commander Arjun Varma (Rana Daggubati) is responsible for ensuring that India does not defend and attack first. The executive officer Devaraj (Atul Kulkarni) plays the bridge between the two officers who headed their differences of opinion.
RV Singh, Devaraj and Arjun Varma represent a good alignment of good in the first half. Singh is the chaotic good of the trio with his philosophy of “saving the nation not by dying for it but by killing the enemy – even if it makes tough decisions to achieve it. Arjun is legally good and believes to follow the rules of the T while Devaraj represents the neutral good which is impartial and the peacemaker between the two extremes. This conflict maintains the first half engaging in addition to the scenes that paves the way for the big confrontation later. The second half is however where the actual drama unfolds. Even if you can feel the scenes are a little draggy, there is no doubt added to the anticipation. Reminiscent of a chess game, with both teams guessing and trying to defeat the next opposition movement, the movie keeps you hooked. You will hoarse, cheer and swear that the Indian Navy does not appear on screen.