State of Siege Temple Attack Review: Akshaye Khanna's OTT Debut

State of Siege: Temple Attack Review

Movie: State of Siege: Temple Attack

Director: Ken Ghosh

State of Siege Movie Cast:

Akshaye Khanna, Akshay Oberoi, Vivek Dahiya, Gautam Rode, Samir Soni, Abhimanyu Singh

Release Date:

The movie was released on 9th July 2021 on ZEE5.

State of Siege Story:

State of Siege movie marks the digital debut of Akshaye Khanna. In the very opening scene, we saw NSG commando Hanut Singh(Akshaye Khanna) leading a mission along with Capt. Bibek (Akshay Oberoi) and team in Jammu and Kashmir. Just when they were about to leave the place Abu Hamza(Abhimanyu Singh) and his team arrived there.

Hanut Singh decided to finish the mission after catching Hamza alive. During the shootout, Hamza escaped from near death situation which results in Capt. BibeWk’s spot death and Hanut Singh got severely injured.

After 9 months of that incident, Hanut Singh is back again in training at the NSG campus in Manesar, India. The failure in that mission still haunts him and has made him stronger, more focused, and determined than before.

A group of 4 kohl-eyed terrorists entered Krishna Dham Mandir and killed many innocent lives and hold a few of them as hostages. Considering the urgency of the situation Hanut Singh requested Col. Nagar(Parvin Dabas) to allow him & his team to go there & handle the situation. CM (played by Samir Soni) granted them permission to go and save the lives of the hostages.

Captain Rohit Bagga (Vivek Dahiya) joined Hanut Singh and leave for Krishna Dham Mandir. Major Samar Chauhan(Gautam Rode) is awaiting his first child but he was informed through a phone call to join the team urgently. The rest of the story is about how they plan and execute their mission.

Performance & Analysis:

This is fictional storytelling of the Akashardham Temple attack in Ahmedabad in 2002. Director Ken Ghosh had a good run on ZEE5 with the Abhay web series that also marked Kunal Khemu’s OTT debut back in 2019. Through “State of Siege: Temple Attack” director Ken Ghosh was able to bring the best of Akshaye Khanna, whom he gave a good screen presence.

Akshaye Khanna certainly tried his best to fulfill the expectations of the audiences and he was very much successful in doing so.

Akshay Oberoi, Vivek Dahiya, Gautam Rode, Abhimanyu Singh also did a commendable job with their respective performances.

What State of Siege: Temple Attack Promises To Offer:

Cinematography, background score, and top-notch performances from the lead cast are the highlights of State of Siege: Temple Attack.

State of Siege: Temple Attack Trailer:


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