Positive Points: Performances, Direction, Screenplay
Negative Points: Editing
Based on a true event, Raazi revolves around Sehmat (Alia Bhatt), a young and simple girl whose life witnesses drastic changes when she is sent to Pakistan in 1971, to glean highly secret intelligence information from the Pakistan Army, ahead before the danger of a war between India and Pakistan looms large over both the countries.
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