Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review: Patriotism, action, drama are all… just not real

Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review: Patriotism, action, drama are all… just not real

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Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review: On 15th August this year we will celebrate the 75th Independence Day and in such a situation two Bollywood films full of patriotic spirit have been released. Karan Johar’s Dharma Production’s ‘Sher Shah’ has been released a day ago on Amazon Prime and shortly before Ajay Devgn’s production’s multi-starrer film ‘Bhuj: The Pride of India’ (Bhuj The Pride of India). Released on Disney Hotstar Plus. The film narrates the failed attempt of Pakistan to annex India’s Kutch in 1971. This story not only shows the story of the army, but also the passion and bravery of the citizens. How is this movie after all?

Story: During the 1971 war, the Pakistani army attacked and completely destroyed the Bhuj airbase of the Indian Air Force. Not only this, in order to capture Kutch, Pakistan had also ruined all the roads connecting Kutch with India. In such a situation, 300 women of Madhapur, a village in Bhuj, had put their lives at stake, to rebuild the airstrip of this Air Force base in just 72 hours. These women were prepared by Scordan leader Vijay Karnik (Ajay Devgan) to help him. This is a war story that will fill your heart with a sense of pride.

Sonakshi Sinha has an important role in this film of Ajay Devgan.

Director Abhishek Dudhaiya’s film ‘Bhuj’ is a multi-starrer film, in which there are many stars from Sanjay Dutt to Sharad Kelkar and Sonakshi Sinha, but this film is completely made keeping Ajay Devgan in focus. There are heroes out there and that’s clear. It has been told in the beginning of the film that even though it is a film based on true events, it has taken ‘freedom in script writing on the basis of entertainment’.

The story itself begins with the dialogue showing the intentions of the government of Pakistan and the attack of the Pakistani army on the Bhuj airbase. Unaware of this air strike, Indian Air Force personnel suddenly run to save their lives and some get involved in the fight. In the first half, the story is explained through voice over for a long time, which is unable to create a connection. Actually, the biggest drawback in this film is the reality. From the sets to the dialogues of the characters, everything looks fake and artificial. Making a film related to the army does not mean that you are not a soldier until you give a speech full of patriotism, which can be seen clearly in this film. There is a lot of patriotic dialogues from all around. Nora Fatehi’s sequence looks very artificial.

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