Bhuj Film Review: Fails to 'Whoa' audience, patchy editing

Mumbai: Patriotic films have always been released on the occasion of Independence Day. This year also it has happened. Ajay Devgn's 'Bhuj: The Pride of India' has been released on the OTT platform after Sidharth Malhotra's 'Shershaah'. Directed by director Abhishek Dudhaiya, the film shows a lack of human emotions even after the war, screaming, sacrifice, dying. The nearly two-hour film reveals many characters and stories, but no one can make an impact. The film stars Ajay Devgn as squadron leader Vijay Kumar Karnik. The story of the film begins with the narration of the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war. Ajay Devgn points out that East Pakistan and West Pakistan have separated, after which The Atrocities of Pakistani Troops on Bengali Muslims continue.

Pak President Yahya Khan plans to capture India's Bhuj airbase. They send fighter aircraft to Bhuj Airbase causing damage. Apart from Ajay Devgn, the movie also stars Sharad Kelkar, Sanjay Dutt, Amy Virk, Sonakshi Sinha, and Nora Fatehi in lead roles. The image of Muslim men looks even more dramatic. A Pakistani official has been named Taimur, who we think is the worst name. No one from Pakistan who is a common man has been shown. There are also some 'good Muslims' in the film. One of these Muslim characters is played by Nora Fatehi. She is an Indian spy in the house of a Pakistani officer. In her five-minute roll, she tries to avoid being caught in the clutches of a dozen armed men.

Bhuj: The Pride of India, movie turns the tide within 20 minutes of its debut. The film has a lot of flaws that make it difficult for you to watch it with every minute. Ajay Devgn is known for his franchise and it is like making a mess with movie soldiers.

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