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The Ghazi Attack Movie Review


The Ghazi Attack Movie Review

Average Ratings:3/5
Score:75% Positive
Reviews Counted:8
Positive:6
Neutral:1
Negative:1





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Ratings:-- Review By:Taran Adarsh Site:Twitter
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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Renuka Site:Times Of India
While the visuals and special effects lack finesse, the film compensates for it with its riveting story. The second half keeps you on the edge of your seat as the submarines go head-to-head, firing torpedoes while dodging and defending themselves. Despite the hitches, this underwater thriller is worth a watch. It leaves you in awe of the soldiers, who lay their lives for their country.  
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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Prasanna Site:Rediff
The Ghazi Attack is a riveting telling of a war story and absence of any unwanted distraction is only justified, though one is literally at sea trying to make sense of Tapsee Pannu's -- yes she is a East Pakistani refugee onboard a merchant vessel that is sunk by the Pakistani submarine -- presence in this war film. Nevertheless, 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.  
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Ratings:1.5/5 Review By:Shalini Langer Site:Indian Express
But for a while, The Ghazi Attack shows us glimpses of a crisis-at-sea film it could have been. However, there are too many Pakistanis to slay, and too many torpedoes to fire, to care for niceties. In all, eight-odd are fired, two-odd hit. What happened to the other six? Who is counting?  
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Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Saibal Site:NDTV
Much water has flown down the Bay of Bengal since the 1971 Indo-Pak war changed the face of the subcontinent, but the PNS Ghazi mystery, at best a 1971 footnote, persists. This film does not do much to increase our desire to dive deeper and learn more about that obscure chapter. Even so, do watch The Ghazi Attack. We haven't, for sure, ever seen anything quite like it in this country.  
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Ratings:4/5 Review By:Gautaman Site: Hindustan Times 
Shot splendidly inside what looks like a real submarine, Ghazi has been mounted with a fair degree of authenticity and scripted quite impressively. Really, an engaging piece of cinema. But what was Taapsee Pannu – as an East Pakistani refugee rescued by Varma from the high seas -- doing in the movie? Totally wasted after her performance in Pink. The rather poor dubbing is another minus point. But on the whole Ghazi is gripping.  
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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Hungama Site:Bollywood Hungama
THE GHAZI ATTACK’s promos gave a fair idea about the film’s plot. The film’s taut screenplay (Sankalp Reddy, Gangaraju Gunnam, Niranjan Reddy) and its well-researched script is extremely engaging and keeps the viewer hooked to the seats till the end of the film.On the whole, THE GHAZI ATTACK is a gripping war drama that leaves a stunning impact. At the Box-Office, the positive word of mouth will help the film in a big way. Definitely, a must watch. 
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Ratings:3/5 Review By:Surbhi Site:Koimoi
The Ghazi Attack is interesting enough as a story untold. It could be your pick if you have liking for war films. The Ghazi Attack has a riveting story and good performances from its lead cast. It lacks perfection in terms of its visual appeal. A 3/5 for this one.  
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The Ghazi Attack Story:  

In 1971, a Pakistani submarine called the PNS Ghazi ventured into Indian waters with the ambition of destroying the INS Vikrant. What stopped them? The heroes aboard the Indian submarine S-21. It is the war you did not know about.

The Ghazi Attack  Release Date:

Feb 17 2017 ( India)

 Director:   Sankalp Reddy

Producer:    Anvesh Reddy,Venkatramana Reddy, Prasad V Potluri

Cast:
Rana Daggubati as Arjun Varma, Lt.Commander
Taapsee Pannu as Ananya
Kay Kay Menon as Captain Ranvijay Singh
Atul Kulkarni as Devraj, Executive Officer
Om Puri
Satyadev Kancharana

Run Time:  2 hours and 20 Minutes


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  1. #TheGhaziAttack: One time watch for sure

    An untold story of indomitable bravery and intelligence of Indian naval forces with which they not only take on much powerful opponent but defeat them even with limited resources. Although there are lots of places where conversations and actions of officers didn't make much sense yet their spirits keep you hooked to screen. Rana Duggubati and Atul Kulkarni has acted sincerely. Kay Kay Menon as hot-headed stubborn captain overacted a bit but able to show anger and pain of our soldiers, who have no dearth of capability still have to lose their invaluable lives just because of policy paralysis of "peace" loving political bosses, sitting comfortably in Delhi. Tapsee Pannu's role is completely unnecessary and seems to be added to give some strength to star cast only.

    VFX effects are not great but it's not fair to expect that from a movie made with a budget of 45 crore only. However there can't be any complaints about internal design of submarine which looked very close to real. Lack of emotional connect with characters, some needless scenes and too much use of "Fortune favors the Brave" with a penalty shoot out type climax, prevent it from becoming a classic Indian war film like "Border" still absence of any dull moment, a never seen before concept in Indian cinema and high patriotic flavor have resulted in a movie that is definitely watchable. By the time film ends, you will become more aware of challenges faced by Indian Navy and bound to feel prouder of them.

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  2. #TheGhaziAttack: One time watch for sure

    An untold story of indomitable bravery and intelligence of Indian naval forces with which they not only take on much powerful opponent but defeat them even with limited resources. Although there are lots of places where conversations and actions of officers didn't make much sense yet their spirits keep you hooked to screen. Rana Duggubati and Atul Kulkarni has acted sincerely. Kay Kay Menon as hot-headed stubborn captain overacted a bit but able to show anger and pain of our soldiers, who have no dearth of capability still have to lose their invaluable lives just because of policy paralysis of "peace" loving political bosses, sitting comfortably in Delhi. Tapsee Pannu's role is completely unnecessary and seems to be added to give some strength to star cast only.

    VFX effects are not great but it's not fair to expect that from a movie made with a budget of 45 crore only. However there can't be any complaints about internal design of submarine which looked very close to real. Lack of emotional connect with characters, some needless scenes and too much use of "Fortune favors the Brave" with a penalty shoot out type climax, prevent it from becoming a classic Indian war film like "Border" still absence of any dull moment, a never seen before concept in Indian cinema and high patriotic flavor have resulted in a movie that is definitely watchable. By the time film ends, you will become more aware of challenges faced by Indian Navy and bound to feel prouder of them.

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  3. its very good movie to watch....kk menon has acted very well....

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  4. I just want to know why is Indian Navy taking the credit for Sinking Ghazi. This submarine Sunk in the Mining accident and that is the reason Indian Navy does not want to raise the Sub out of the water, despite US and Russia's offer to assist. Because they know that if they raise is out of the water, Medals they handed out to the Navy boys will be worthless. So there you go it Makes Indian Navy feels good.

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