“हमारा तिरंगा हवा से नही, शहीद की आखरी सांसो से लहराता हैं”
This is the dialogue from which the movie ended! Yes, it is a movie showcasing the real meaning of true patriotism for our nation. I am talking about the recent Netflix release “Mission Majnu”
Shantanu Bagchi directed, Amar Butala, Garima Mehta produced, and Parveez Shaikh, Sumit Batheja, and Aseem Arrora performed brilliantly.This film’s cast includes Siddharth Malhotra, Rashmika Mandanna, Sharib Hashmi, Kumud Mishra, Rajit Kapur, and others. It was released on January 20th and is currently trending in the top ten on Netflix.
The plot is based on real-life events from history. This is the story of a brave soldier who is martyred at his nation’s cost. Siddharth Malhotra is playing the lead role of Tariq, a tailor living in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, who falls in love with a blind, beautiful girl named Nasreen, who is played by Rashmika Mandanna. The song “Rabba Janda” reminded me of the song “Chand Sifarish” by Amir Khan and Kajol. But Tariq is actually an Indian soldier working for RAW (the Research and Analysis Wing), and his actual name is Amandeep Ajitpal Singh. The twist here is that Aman’s father was a nation’s traitor, and so he was called the “son of a traitor” his whole life, for which he wants to do payback to his country. When the Indian government learns about Pakistan’s illegal practise of making nuclear weapons, the head of RAW, Mr. Kao, chooses his Aman to run an undercover mission there in Pakistan and find out the location and information about this nuclear powerplant. This mission is then named “Mission Majnu.”
The dialogue is well written throughout the film. Siddharth Malhotra has clearly nailed it, and as we also saw in “Sheershah,” this type of role is well suited to him. Rashmika Mandanna’s performance is pretty decent, but I felt that her dubbing could be better. This is a good one-time-watch movie; the concept of India-Pakistan is very cliche, but this film did justice with the entertainment. The story is low-key predictable at some points, but the execution is pretty good. Also, the way intelligence is used is something you may fall for. Some people are comparing this with the movie “Raazi” by Alia Bhatt, but I would say it’s better to address these movies individually without any comparison.
Trailer link: https://youtu.be/Gw77Nx4eBMc
Fun Interviews: https://youtu.be/0AyGdBtMiFQ
What are your views on this ? Comment and let me know!