‘Bhuj’ is not an OTT movie, where there is applause in every scene-dialogue


The trailer for Bhuj: The Pride of India is very surprising, after watching it only one question arises in the mind. After all, why are manufacturers releasing it on OTT? The film will air on Disney Plus Hotstar on August 13. There is no doubt that due to OTT streaming, you will not be able to reach a wide audience. Until its television premiere. Actually, Bhuj, directed by Abhishek Dudhaiya, is the movie that would have created a different emotion when watching it in the movie theater. A strong Bollywood counterattack against the box office corona epidemic would also come out of Bhuj. It has the flavor of breaking all the records of war movies made so far. Although the trailer is not the criteria of any movie, but if you believe in the flashes, then it does not look less in any sense than JP Dutta’s Frontera.

The movie looks very beautiful in the trailer. Every scene in this is exciting. Full of patriotism. Listening to the scenes and dialogue in the film, one feels bowed to the courage of the Indian forces and the heart fills with pride. Almost everyone knows the story of the Bhuj war period drama. The trailer suddenly begins with a convoy of Pakistani fighter jets heading towards the Bhuj air base in Gujarat. At that time war was imminent, but no one had any idea of ​​this sudden attack. The Bhuj air base is almost destroyed in that attack. Strategically, India suffered heavy losses. Our preparations became incomplete. On the other hand, the Pakistani army continuously advanced with hundreds of mercenary tanks and more than a thousand soldiers to enter the western border of India from the Rann of Kutch. The Pakistani Air Force had almost cleared paths for him. Pakistan had to enter somewhere on the western border so that India’s attention could be diverted from Bangladesh in the east.

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After the airstrike on Bhuj, Pakistan continued with its plans. But in dire circumstances, Vijay Karnik (Ajay Devgan), in charge of the Bhuj air base, accepts a difficult challenge to give Pakistan a negotiated response. Under his leadership, a group of Jaws from the Air Force and local women from the village perform. Pakistanis are advancing to occupy Indian territory, on the other hand, civilian groups and soldiers in Bhuj have put shrouds on their heads to risk their lives.

Some hours are very important. The Indian army is working to hold them in the desert until the air base is ready again. Many Pagis under the leadership of Ranchod Das Pagi (Sanjay Dutt) help the Army. Pagi are those desert experts who give truthful information about someone’s arrival and stay through the marks in the sand. On the other hand, Indian women detectives do not even care about their appearance for the country and get the necessary information.

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The scenes seen in the trailer are creepy. The horrors of war, the body language and the dialogue of the actors are tremendous. The background score also agrees with the film. Based on the trailer, it looks like Ajay-Sanjay’s Bhuj is going to leave behind all the movies made about the power of armies. The movie is sure to draw people into the atmosphere of Independence Day. In the trailer, the work of stars like Ajay Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Nora Fatehi, Sharad Kelkar, and Amy Virk looks great. The trailer for Bhuj De Pride of India is astonishing from a point of view.

For the first time in this film, the contribution of the citizens of the border areas of the country who fight side by side with the armies is also prominently displayed. Before this, many films were made, but not much space was given to the sacrifice and struggle of the local people in the border areas. Yes, the contribution of the local population was prominently displayed in the historical film “Reality” made about the Indochina war. Bhuj is a wonderful tribute to the Pagis who have made a remarkable contribution to border security.

Bhuj: The Pride of India can be a movie worth watching with the family.

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