The Ghazi Attack(2017)
One line Review: The first war at sea film is an edge of the seat thriller, manages to keeps you completely hooked.
Positive Points: The film is a brave attempt on part of the makers. The performances and technical detaining score full points. The gripping plot and story line are its strength. The movie is a nail biting thriller and successfully keeps the viewers hooked throughout, creating the right intensity and tension.
Negative Points: As mentioned in the disclaimer, there are too many cinematic liberties taken so as to enhance the ... full The Ghazi Attack Review
The Indian Navy suspects Pakistani intervention in Indian waters and therefore launches a recce mission which is led by Captain Rann Vijay Singh (Kay Kay Menon), Lieutenant Arjun Verma (Rana Daggubati) and ... full Plot
Certainly India v/s Pakistan is a great commercial bet that will remain forever. What rings in favour of THE GHAZI ATTACK - an unusual war flick that distinct itself from the uncommon phenomenon of war sagas in Indian cinema, is its rare ability to stand out as one of its kind that involves Indian Navy and shows underwater submarine combats between the two nations.Debutant Sankalp Reddy's Telugu war adventure THE GHAZI ATTACK dubbed in Hindi and Tamil is a rare testimony that big players like Dharma Productions and AA films have the knack to identify the uniqueness of such cinema produced by PVP cinemas and Matinee Entertainment and provide them the required distinctive personality.More »
Way back in 1995, Hollywood stalwarts Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman had teamed up for Crimson Tide, a movie about the clash of wills between an impulsive submarine captain and his level-headed subordinate during a tense mission. Cut to 2017- Rana Daggubati and Kay Kay Menon come together for a similar film set against the backdrop of the 1971 Indo-Pak clash. When the Indian Navy receives reports that PNS Ghazi, a top Pakistani submarine has been deployed to destroy Indian Navy's pride INS Vikrant, submarine S-21 is launched under the command of war-hungry Captain Ranvijay Singh (Menon) for a reconnaissance mission.More »
While the Indian Army and Air Force have had their share of Hindi films, the Navy hasn't always been all that popular. The Gazi Attack is that rare story where director Sankalp Reddy shows us a glimpse of under water war between India and Pakistan. The movie also touches upon the dichotomy of politics in war, where decision makers can end up risking the lives of our soldiers in an attempt for diplomacy. With its unique premise of submarine wars this film recreates the war legend of PNS Ghazi during the Indo-Pak war of 1971.More »