After creating an unprecedented buzz in Indian cinema, the Rana Daggubati starred war at sea film “Ghazi” is all set to hit the screens on February 17th. Helmmed by debut director Sankalp Reddy, the Telugu and Hindi bilingual film features Taapsee Pannu, Atul Kulkarni and Kay Kay Menon in lead roles. The story is based on the mysterious sinking of Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi near Visakhapatnam during the 1971’s Indo-Pak war. Fans have been eagerly waiting for this epic war at sea film and let’s find out the top 5 reasons why one should watch “Ghazi.”
1. Intriguing story
It is an unknown story that happened in the port city of Andhra Pradesh. A Pakistani submarine which aimed at destroying the Indian aircraft carrier “INS Vikrant.” The Indian Navy, got to know about it and prepared a strategy to sink the Ghazi. The crux of the story forms how they did and the struggles faced by the Indian Navy during the mission.
2. Cast and Crew
The film has talented actors like Rana Daggubati, Taapsee Pannu, Atul Kulkarni and Kay Kay Menon. The actors did justice to the characters they have signed up for and completely got in to their shoes. From body language, dialogue delivery to appearance, they worked hard to convince the us as Indian Navy personnel, and they succeeded.
3. Visual effects
The panoramic view of the sea, the underwater scenes and the visual effects played a major role in the film. They definitely give goose bumps and made one to stick to the chairs with the 700 computer graphic shots. The underwater bomb explosion scenes are definitely a feast for the eyes.
4. Sankalp Reddy
Though “Ghazi” is his debut film, he brilliantly portrayed it on the screen. From choosing the cast to visual effects, he did a great job; and Atul Kulkarni revealed how impressive the director and his narration was.
5. Stunning trailer and posters
Ever since the announcement of this film was made and the first look was released, fans were intrigued by the theme of the story. When the trailer was out, the breathtaking visuals and the shots inside the submarine attracted the audience much.