The Ghazi attack is the India’s foremost underwater movie tries to decipher the mystery following the sinking of Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi throughout the Indo-Pak war of 1971. A convoluted repudiation at the starting of the Ghazi attack elucidates that through it is enthused by historic events, it is merely a work of fiction. While abundant versions of the underwater incident have surfaced this movie is based on the assert that Indian’s INS Rajput, in the film it is changed to S21 submarine attacked Ghazi resulting in its ensuing sinking near India’s eastern coast.
Certain the scale of his motivated project and limited resources at hand Sankalp Reddy, debutant director deserves a pat on the back for making and appealing movie. Led by the mutinous Capt Ranvijay Singh i.e Kay Kay Menon, his second in commander Devaraj i.e. Atul Kulkarni and virtuous officer Arjun i.e. Rana Daggubati, S 21 is assigned a classified search mission after sources tip off the Indian navy of a Pakistani vessel shrewd the India waters. Ghazi intends to mark INS Vikrant i.e. India aircraft carrier in order to attain East Pakistan by sea.
Kay Kay astoundingly indulges in, who harms more battle with his caricaturist Pakistani counterpart. Rana Daggubati carries a mature performance and Atul Kulkarni is genuine but supporting actors nothing like a navy man. Despite the fact that the visuals and only one of its kind effects, lack finesse the movie compensates for it with its riveting story. The second part keeps you on the rim of your seats as the submarine go head to head, firing torpedoes while escaping and shielding themselves. Even though the hitches this underwater thriller is worth a watch and it leaves you in the wonder of the soldiers who lay their lives for their country. Overall the action set-ups are brilliant with a beautiful script structure.
Things seem to be getting better with each passing day for makers of the Ghazi Attack. The movie showed an ample growth over the first weekend. On Monday film gained almost 3.65 crore Rs amounting the grand total to 19.40 crore Rs. With each passing day the movie is expected to do better, going by the unique theme of the movie one can expect better days for the film ahead. Getting appreciated for rising ahead of the patriotic film tropes the movie is India’s first underwater film.
Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2 is running in its second week now. This movie earned 2.25 crore Rs on Monday that is the eleventh day taking its total to 90.75 crores as per the reports of boxofficeindia.com. This film had gathered Rs 72.98 crore in its initial week and 17.75 crore Rs in its second weekend. Jolly LLB 2 were also applauded, not only because of Akshay Kumar but the also the female characters in this movie. One such character was the wonderfully nuanced by Sayani Gupta who played the role of Hina Siddiqui, a young Muslim lady driven to despair. It is small but pivotal and deeply impactful role and Sayani was applauded for her performance.
The overall collection of the movie was outstanding with the very good mouth of words and critics reviews. The movie has been slated to get the release in more than 2950 screens all over the world comprising 2450 domestic screens. The movie is doing well overall and also in the top overseas countries like USA, US, Canada, UAE-GCC and much more. The movie’s overseas collection plus domestic collections have already crossed 4.8 cores on a ninth day.