A must-see movie that ‘Top Gun’ is built on!

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who raised serious and sensitive social issues through films such as ‘Mulk’, ‘Article 15’, ‘Tappad’ and ‘Gulaab Gang’, is seen getting ahead of society and talking about the whole country. Yes, his recently released film Anek has presented a sensational story of the political confrontation in north-east India. “India, India… Hear how good it feels, India, India… I work for the safety of this India”… Let me come, what kind of national message are the filmmakers trying to convey through this movie?

The movie ‘Anek’ will have no masala and no romance, but it is completely filled with the spirit of nationalism. In such a situation, it becomes an important movie that every citizen of the country should watch. But it’s hard to say how long this movie will hold up at the box office against Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick. Because at the box office, what happened in the face of Karthik Aryan’s film ‘Bhool Bhulaiya 2’, Kangana Ranaut’s action film ‘Dhaakad’ may also be of ‘Many’ in the face of ‘Top Gun’. Most viewers can choose ‘Top Gun’ over ‘Many’ when it comes to choices.

Ayushmann Khurrana plays an undercover cop in Anubhav Sinha’s Anek.

Actors like Andrea Kavichusa, Manoj Pahwa, JD Chakraborty, Kumud Mishra and Meghna Malik can be seen in important roles alongside Ayushmann Khurrana in the film ‘Anek’, directed by Anubhav Sinha. Through this film, Nagaland resident Andrea Kevichusa has made her debut in Bollywood. She has been able to make an impact in the first movie itself. Anubhav Sinha, who produced the film with Bhushan Kumar, also wrote the film’s story along with Seema Aggarwal and Yash Keswani. The experience of producing, directing, writing and playing a key role in dialogue is reflected throughout the film.

The movie ‘Anek’ is receiving positive reviews from critics and audiences. Everyone says that this movie should be seen by all citizens of the country. Through this, it will help to understand the pain of a group of people who live in a part of our own country, whom we barely know. It seems that they are people from another country. This is the reason why some people have been demanding a separate country for themselves. Terrorists are still present in the Northeast in the form of separatists, who deceive the people. Instigate them against India. There are many groups still active there.

Film critic Rekha Khan wrote: “The film brings you face to face with the undercurrents of mainstream India and alienation. As a filmmaker, Anubhav Sinha weaves films on long-untouched topics, which they have social concerns, but there must be some theme in it, which has been overlooked. This time we draw our attention to all the states of the Northeast, which have been affected by separatist politics for years. The film takes us into a world on which information is limited, with its portrayal of the discrimination suffered by the people, the attitude of the government and the separatist forces.

Tanya Arora wrote: “Watching a movie feels like you’re watching a docu-drama, but it doesn’t educate you as much as a documentary does. Against the backdrop of the violence-stricken state, this fictional story fails to impress despite thread all the real problems. The responsibility of the film rests on Ayushmann Khurrana’s shoulders. He has done justice to his character. Andrea made her Bollywood debut with the film. It’s nice to see her passion for the country on screen. Manoj Pahwa as Abrar is commendable, Mipham Otsall impresses as a rebellious social worker.

There is a mixed reaction to the movie on social media, but most users are seen praising the movie. One user wrote on Twitter: “After a long time I have seen a great movie. Well done Ayushmann Khurrana… only you can do this.” Another user wrote: “Many… what a movie… must see the movie. I would give it 5 out of 5 stars. India should send this movie to the Oscars.” Poonam Joshi writes: “The film was seen by many last night. A very relevant and thought-provoking story set in North East India, this time about more conflict within India’s own borders. Good luck Ayushman.

The opinion of critics-public in social networks about the film ‘Anek’…

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