,Don’t Watch This For Anyone, Watch It For Your Country,With the proper amount of patriotism, emotions, humour and thrill, the script of this film is a winner.
:- It avoids the path of being jingoistic and serves a real event adding a touch of cinematic experience. John Abraham lives this role to the fullest, offers enough nail-biting sequences which are expected from a movie of this genre.
:- there are few flaws which can be ignored given the message this story has to narrate.
:- 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 is what the rest of story revolves around.#JohnAbraham
is perfect! He’s subtle when it’s required and charming when the proceedings get too intense.There are very important scenes throughout the film and you don’t want to break the link while hearing such an interesting story.There are too many songs in the film, some are used well, some are just for the sake of it. #BollywoodFlick
Some movies serve more than just entertainment and Parmanu provides an experience that will linger in your soul for a long time post you leave the cinema hall. Don’t watch this for anyone, watch it for your country.#KaranMRV