Complete review of ‘Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran’
Star Cast: John Abraham, Boman Irani, Diana Penty, Anuja Sathe, Yogendra Tiku
Director: Abhishek Sharma
Producer: JA Entertainment
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Music Director: Sachin-Jigar, Jeet Gannguli
John Abraham and Diana Penty starrer ‘Parmanu: The Story Of Pokhran’ has been released in cinemas. The film revolves around the successful nuclear tests conducted in Pokhran, Rajasthan in 1998.
Story of the movie: The movie starts with a nonsensical discussion happening in the Prime Minister’s Office regarding how China has tested 43 of its nuclear bombs. Ashwat Rana (John Abraham), a junior bureaucrat, comes up with a full proof plan in a floppy (Yes, it was 90’s) but gets unheard by the ministers. He’s asked to make a brief report and without his involvement, the plan is conducted and it fails miserably. He’s used as a scapegoat and gets terminated for this failure. A broken Ashwat, continues his life as a Civil Service tuition teacher until Himanshu Shukla, principle secretary to the Prime Minister, asks to resume his plan that failed years ago. This mission becomes a way for Ashwat to prove his love for the country. He builds up his dream team to test multiple nuclear bombs in Pokhran, Rajasthan. But to do this without getting in the eyes of American satellites. Will Ashwat will win in all these? What problems he faces during this? For this you have to watch the film.
Star Performance: John Abraham has delivered a brilliant performance in the film. Diana Penty has managed to bowl us over with her stellar act. Boman Irani has a short role in the film, but he played his role decently. Among the supporting cast; Anuja Sathe, Yogendra Tiku and others are all effective.
Music Direction: The film’s music is good and it goes with the story.
Direction: Director Abhishek Sharma presented the secret nuclear test with no thrills. The best part is that he tells the story that is hidden from the eyes of the world. Abhishek has also used the real footages in the film, in which the leader’s speech is there. All over the director succeeds in making the film.
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