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The Ghazi Attack

The Ghazi Attack

Hindi, Telugu, Tamil
17 Feb, 2017
2 hrs 05 mins
34,034 votes
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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's the war you did not know about.
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Verdict: An intriguing story told by a stellar cast. War stories intrigue us. To hear about our men in uniform on the battle lines protecting us incites the patriotism within us. Submarines are an interesting and a rare setting for a movie. There are very few Hollywood movies that are set in a submarine but []... ...Read full review
Border stops being the benchmark. The Ghazi Attack is now the best Indian war film, ladies and gents. ...Read full review
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. ...Read full review
Great photography by Mathi, and lovely work by the special effects team propel Ghazi into death defying waters in a drama where the fear is clearly etched on the face of each Indian sailor. ...Read full review
Ghazi created much interest and buzz when the promos of the film were released as this is the first submarine war film made in India, and that too in Telugu. Sankalp Reddy, a first-time director, has based the film on the 1971 incident when the Pakistan submarine, PNS Ghazi, planned to attack Visakhapatnam, but was destroyed by the Indian warship INS Rajput. The incident was classified and no one knows what actually happened. Its more difficult to convey the events of a battle from inside a submarine and to get all the emotions right, but with a talented cast that includes Rana Daggubati, Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Om Puri and Satyadev, Sankalp has managed to pull it off. ...Read full review
Got to hand it to first-time director Sankalp Reddy: he sure aims high. He merits full marks on that score. But like the torpedoes fired in the film, The Ghazi Attack misses its mark more often than not, notwithstanding the impressive scale of its ambition and execution. ...Read full review