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Ghazi Movie Review

It was Tollywood’s handsome hunk Rana Daggubati who has been surprising the audience. He is back with his latest outing Ghazi which is releasing all over on February 17th all over. Sankalp Reddy directed the movie and Kay Kay Menon, Atul Kulkarni essayed other pivotal roles in this underwater drama. Produced by PVP Cinema and Matinee Entertainments, Ghazi is all set for February 17th release. Here is the film’s review:




Ghazi is the story of the India – Pakistan war that took place in 1971 across the coast of Visakhapatnam which has been left unknown to the world. A submarine lead by Captain Ranvijay Singh (Kay Kay Menon) and Arjun Varma (Rana Daggubati) tracks a Pakistan submarine PNS Ghazi across the Indian waters. The rest of the film is all about the war and who dominates it completely. Watch Ghazi to know about the complete film.




Ghazi takes enough time to step out of the comfort zone but the film holds on well throughout the movie. The audience will be thrilled throughout the movie because of the gripping narration and the flawless presentation. The strong performances by the lead actors take the film to the next level. The last 45 minutes of Ghazi holds well and is the major highlight of the movie. On the whole, Ghazi is a true classic that should not be missed.






Rana Daggubati should be mentioned specially for selecting such challenging roles. He shined with perfection and is the major highlight of Ghazi. Kay Kay Menon and Atul Kulkarni steals the show with their stupendous performances throughout. The story of the film has been collected from the war episodes of India – Pakistan war in 1971. The screenplay and the dialogues of Ghazi have been apt and added strength. The cinematography and the music elevated the film well. The grand production values and visual effects take Ghazi to a next level of Indian cinema. Debutant Sankalp should be well appreciated for his efforts.






Ghazi is a film that should not be given a miss. Rana Daggubati packs a punch with his performance and is the major highlight. Grand visuals, lavish production values, high technical aspects make Ghazi a must watch film.