Ajay Devgan dropped his new movie Bhuj: The Pride of India on 13th August. This multi-starer film includes Ajay Devgan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt and Norah Fatehi as main leads. People are appreciating the film and gave positive reviews to the actors.
This movie was released at a perfect time with respect to Independence Day. Bhuj takes the audience to a series of emotions from patriotism and sacrifice to romance. The plot revolves around the setting of the War of India and Pakistan in the year 1971. Ajay Devgan plays the role of an IAF Squadron leader, Vijay Karnik who worked for rebuilding the Bhuj airbase to attain victory. Vijay Karnik reconstructed the airbase in Bhuj with the help of 300 women from a village in Madhapar which ensured their triumph.
Bhuj pays a tribute to the soldiers who lost their lives in the India-Pakistan War. Moreover, on asking why Ajay Devgan chose this script, he answered that he wanted to spread awareness of heroic moments of Indian soldiers.
The director of Bhuj: The Pride of India, Abhishek Dudhaiya said that his grandmother was one of the 300 women who helped Vijay in constructing the Bhuj airbase. He said that his grandmother’s story was an inspiration for making this biopic.
The first half of the movie is scattered and the audience couldn’t have a grip on the plot. The film had cameos with many actors playing politicians. Moreover, some scenes were put into the frame without any context. However, the second half did justice to the story. Main action scenes and drama were present in the second half made the film more impactful. Nonetheless, the film had some fictional tint to be more expressive. Ajay Devgan did an amazing job in his role while others were average. However, the VFX was clearly made for the big screen.
Overall, the direction did justice to the plot and the actors played along. The film thoroughly fulfills the entertainment aspect.
Furthermore, people can watch this movie on Disney Hotstar, streaming from 5:30 pm on 13th August.
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