The Ghazi Attack Movie Review
Rating :- 4/5 Reviewed by: Srividya Palaparthi Site: TimesofIndia
Ghazi opens to a brief about the political scenario between Pakistan and India and its influence on the decisions taken by the armed forces.Ghazi takes into account verified facts and adds a strategic and dramatic imagination to it. And the director has done an impeccable job at it.Sankalp Reddy evidently knew what he was doing. He ensured that every minute detail was taken care of particularly considering the genre he was treading as a debutant. Kudos to that. Ghazi is one-of-its-kind, a must watch and certainly will be a milestone for the genre of war drama in Indian cinema.
Rating :- 1.5/5 Reviewed by: Shalini Langer Site: Indianexpress
Clearly, some amount of effort has gone into understanding the makings of a submarine, running of a ship, and even firing of torpedoes and laying of landmines at sea. The film doesn’t cut corners on under-water shots of ships damaged, leaking, hissing and sputtering, even though the first shot of Singh and Arjun first venturing into the unknown is Titanically fake.In all, eight-odd fired, two-odd hit. What happened to the other six? The heart quails.
Rating :- 4/5 Reviewed by: Gautaman Bhaskaran Site: Hindustantimes
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. 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.
Rating :- 3.5/5 Reviewed by: Karthika raveendran Site: Bollywoodlife
If you want to see an inspiring story into which great effort has been put in to make it as real as possible, The Ghazi Attack is definitely for you. Also, there’s Kay Kay Menon. While the story was interesting, certain parts towards the end dampened the impact of the movie. The Pakistani Captain’s plans conveniently went wrong and that fizzled out the victory.Rana Daggubati’s character rose to the occasion in the second half, displaying his bravery at the right time. At every tense or anxious moment story, the background score made its presence felt as it reflected our own feelings. While the story and the characters engaged us, seeing late actor Om Puri’s on screen triggered a bitter sweet memory. All in all, it was a story well told with breathtaking visuals.
The Ghazi Attack | Official Trailer | Karan Johar | Rana Daggubati | Taapsee Pannu