A Movie That Teaches You About Love For Nation!
Raazi has successfully hit theaters today. This movie has been applauded by many Bollywood stars for its concept and jaw-dropping performance of Alia Bhatt. In this movie, she will be playing the role of a spy. Its content has made people watch this movie on priority. Her co-actor, Vicky Kaushal, and Director, Meghna Gulzar is promoting the movie with its trailer. As per the reviews, this movie of Alia Bhatt is tagged for her best performance, but this film will not be screened in Pakistan. “Raazi is a movie of an Indian Spy named as Sehmat. She is married by a patriotic father to a Pakistani family of a government official. Being an obedient daughter she gets Raazi to marry that officer of Pakistan.“
This film is co-produced by Junglee productions and Dharma Productions. It showcases an Indo-Pak, A war of 1971. But, it is not just about the war tensions but also shows the way relationships work. The film has beautiful and soothing songs that will strike a chord with your heart. RAAZI is based on Harinder S Sikka’s novel named as ‘Calling Sehmat’. The story of the novel is a spy based character that goes to any length, morals, etc.
The Express Tribune A Senior Distribution Company
From Pakistan Said- “It Is Disappointing to see that films on controversial subjects are being produced in India time and again. All Our Distributors are well aware of Alia’s role in Raazi and so, no one is willing to purchase the film. Patriotism is another reason for distributors not being pushed about buying the film. Indian producers should know that all our distributors have unanimously decided to boycott such controversial films.”
Hidayat (Rajit Kapur) hails from Srinagar. And has to travels to Pakistan for business and is part of the Indian intelligence. He manages to convince a Pakistani Brigadier Syed (Shishir Sharma) that he works for them. But the former gets terminally ill and asks Syed. To get his younger son Iqbal (Vicky Kaushal) married to her daughter Sehmat (Alia Bhatt). Surprising Syed agrees to the deal and Sehmat also gives a yes to it.
So, Sehmat gets married to Iqbal to spy in the Syeds house. Being an Indian spy, she gets trained from Khalid Mir (Jaideep Ahlawat) who is from Indian intelligence. Gradually, Sehmat gets attached to Iqbal, as he gives her space and doesn’t force himself on her. On hearing a surprise attack on India, she tries her best to get details about the same. Sehmat begins her investigation and finds out crucial information relevant to the planned naval attacks by Pakistan on India. Challenges faced by Sehmat is tough and one wrong move can destroy everything.
In the movie, her training tenure is interesting. The story gets interesting from Pakistan. Intermission scene of the movie where Sehmat drives a jeep is mind-blowing. Meghna Gulzar’s dialogues are simple yet craftily written and her direction is impressive.
Alia shines in an emotional breakout scene. Vicky Kaushal did a limited yet engaging performance, his character in the movie will be loved by the audience. Music is given by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy’s and will be remembered for the song ‘Ae Watan’. A new Anthem song is made by these musicians that can be played on Independence and Republic Day celebrations in India. The title track ‘Dilbaro’ is relatable to the movie. And the exterior shots of Kashmir are breathtakingly beautiful.