A movie that is unique in its own way as nothing like this has ever been made before in Indian cinema, has finally released its trailer. There are many war movies based on Indo-Pak relation, and the consequences were made. But a movie on a based naval warfare is simply first in its attempt. The historical event of this was is being depicted for the first time with the film The Ghazi Attack, that is yet unknown to many. It is about an executive naval officer of the Indian Submarine S21 and his team who remains underwater for 18 days and fought against the enemies to save their motherland. The movie is garnered with an explicit star cast of Rana Daggubati, Taapsee Pannu, Kay Kay Menon, Rahul Singh and deceased actor Om Puri.

the Ghazi Attack
The Ghazi Attack

With the collaboration with Dharma Productions, AA Films; the movie was getting the buzz for a long time. The Ghazi Attack is made in both Hindi and Telugu and will also be dubbed in Tamil. The trailer of the movie has released today, and it is just apt. The trailer got handsome Rana Daggubati at his best and the gripping plot is marred with a patriotic theme only to take you deep into the plot. The trailer can give the audience goose bumps, while the powerful voice of Amitabh Bachchan has added the right amount of intensity that is expected from a movie like this. Karan Johar has taken charge of distribution of Ghazi Hindi version.

There is no doubt the movie will be extraordinary. After Pink, Taapsee Pannu will be seen again in a very power packed role of a Bengali refugee Ananya. The intensity of the storyline along with some tremendous actors, this movie is capable enough to earn big bucks at the box office.

The Ghazi Attack is set to release on 17 February 2017.

Watch The Ghazi Attack Trailer Below


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