Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review: Ajay Devgn Shines In Abhishek Dudhaiya's Directorial Debut Movie

Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review

Movie: Bhuj: The Pride of India

Director: Abhishek Dudhaiya

Bhuj: The Pride of India Cast:

Ajay Devgn, Pranitha Subhash, Sharad Kelkar, Ammy Virk, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Nora Fatehi, Ihana Dhillon, Mahesh Shetty

Release Date:

The movie was released on 13th August 2021 on Disney+Hotstar.

Bhuj: The Pride of India Movie Review: Story

Bhuj: The Pride of India movie marks the directorial debut of Abhishek Dudhaiya. The movie started with a brief about West Pakistan & East Pakistan. We are already aware that East Pakistan was renamed Bangladesh.

The story of 1971’s Indo-Pakistani War has been fictionalized in this movie. Pakistan Air Force jets dropped Napalm bombs and destroyed the IAF airstrip at Bhuj. The insufficient number of labourers and time were a concern in repairing the airstrip. That is when Indian Air Force Wing Commander Vijay Karnik(Ajay Devgn) decided to take help from Madhapur villagers.

Sunderben Jetha Madharparya(Sonakshi Sinha) came forward to help Vijay Karnik and also requested & convinced the villagers to come forward. 300 villagers consisting mostly of women helped in defending the country by repairing the damaged airbase within just 72 hours.

Bhuj Movie Review: Performance & Analysis

The story was narrated by Ajay Devgn. His heartfelt tribute video on social media before the release of the movie was loved by many celebrities and fans who expressed their thoughts and sent good wishes for the movie.

Earlier Ajay Devgn had expressed his excitement for being part of such an inspiring story. The outstanding performance from Ajay Devgn was the sole reason for many people to watch the movie.

Nora Fatehi looked good in the action sequence. Decent performances from Sharad Kelkar, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Ammy Virk saved the movie from being a disaster.

Before the release of the “Bhuj: The Pride of India” movie, many of us were unaware of this story. There are many such stories of bravery that are unknown to the citizens of India. The war drama “Bhuj: The Pride of India” went wrong in its execution. VFX and action sequences were too good.

Neither the background score nor the compositions were up to the mark. Even the remake song “Zaalima Coca Cola” was forgetful.

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