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The Ghazi Attack Review: A bold attempt one should not miss to watch - 17-02-2017
Rana Daggubati keeping aside the franchize of Baahubali has always been into some extraordinary subjects over his career. Though they might be hits or plops but he let out with some good scripts all over. The similar way Rana accepted Ghazi script from Sankalp Reddy which shows in how Visakhapatnam people and port became part of the history to protect the Indian navy.

Lead Cast: Rana Daggubati, Taapsee Pannu, Kay Kay Menon and others
Director: Sankalp Reddy
Music Director: K
Producer: PVP

The movie starts basically from 70s time where Pakistan Army sends a special submarine called Ghazi to their soldiers during the Bangladesh war. Ghazi can reach the Bangladesh only through Indian waters and it was also prepared to destroy the Indian war ship INS Vikrant.

This news comes into the ears of Indian navy authorities and the new mission starts then. The mission is to tackle the Ghazi submarine. The Indian navy brings in S 21 submarine with the team of officers Arjun Varma and others. The story shows how the team managed to bring down the purpose of Indian navy.

The attempt itself is the biggest positive point for this movie.

Right from hero Rana Daggubati to producer PVP who accepted this story line is so positively wished.

The young hero Rana seen as main officer with some powerful dialogues worked out absolutely well.

The emotional performances of each and every character stands out for the film. War time scenes gave heart to the film.

The melodrama was missing and more emotional content can be surely added. Tapsee's role too had not worked much with the result. The first half is little bit dull where as the second raised to the peak. For those who expect more VFX and war fare drama they are going to be much disappointed. The action scenes were limited as the total actin sequences are picturized under the water.

The way director Sankalp Reddy narrated it through out seizes us in the seats.

Back ground music by K is too good and appealing.

Cinematography by Madhi was so crucial at times

On a whole Ghazi is surely a wonderful attempt which shows the guts of PVP and Rana in one frame. Very unique film that Telugu cinema ever saw. The rare performances and gripping narration is on positive side where regular mass audience are not yet sure to get connected. These kind of films never visit the theatres often that too with this much if technical brilliance, Ghazi is one rare kind of one Don't miss it.