Cast: Rana Daggubati, Tapsee, KK Menon, Atul Kulakarni,Satyadev and Others
Editing: Sreekar Prasad
Music: Krishna Kumar
Producers: PVP Cinema & Matnee Entertainments
Director: Sankalp Reddy
Ghazi has turned into all the rage as it is the first submerged war drama that has been made on Telugu screen. Appeared by Sankalp Reddy, this film highlights Rana,Daggubati, K K Menon and Atul Kulkarni. lets see how it is.
Story - Screenply
The film is set amid the mid 70's when Pakistan armed force sends a unique submarine called Ghazi to help its troopers who are battling a war with Bangladesh. The main way that Ghazi can achieve Bangladesh is through Indian waters and furthermore by annihilating the forceful Indian warship INS Vikranth which remains in its direction.
This news is carried on to the Indian specialists trough some urgent insight reports. Keeping in mind the end goal to handle the fatal Ghazi, the Indian naval force conveys the S-21 submarine which is overseen by some capable officers like Arjun Varma(Rana Daggubbatti). Rest of the story is in the matter of how the whole group of S-21 remain submerged for a considerable length of time and figure out how to battle the fatal Ghazi.
Much the same as the Indian submarine in the film, Ghazi excessively shows up, making it impossible to go down at a couple times however as the film advances it rises. The underlying clash between the Captain and Lt. Authority could have been something more.
However, it's forgivable given that Sankalp is a newcomer. The first run through executive is fruitful in displaying the valor and patriotism of Indian Navy mariners on board the Submarine S-21. Couple of realistic freedoms on occasion may put you off. Be that as it may, in general, it's a grasping war dramatization and a decent endeavor.
PC Graphics merit exceptional say as they take away the cake. The film couldn't had been what it is if not with the choice CG work.
* Top notch CG Work
* Star Cast Performances
* Gripping Screenply
* Background Score
* Few Cinematic Liberties
* A bit slowness in the narration could have been avoided