The trailer of the film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India', based on the Indo-Pakistan war of 971, is out for viewing now. Bhuj trailer is full non -stop action and explosions. The action drama film is loosely based on the story of IAF(Indian Air Force) Squadron leader Vijay Karnik, played by Ajay Devgn.
From VFX-filled airstrikes to RPGs to battle cruizers, Bhuj Trailer has an overdose of emotions, patriotism, and people's resolve to fight against an occupying force. Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Sharad Kelkar have done a decent job in the movie, however, Sonakshi Sinha, just like always, has shown her overacting skills.
Dialogues Are Overloaded With Patriotism To An Extent That They Become Cringeworthy
In the Bhuj Trailer, Sonakshi Sinha has an unnecessary dance number in the film which is based on war, while Sanjay is seen in a role of an Indian spy(probably a Military Intelligence officer). Ajay Devgn is the narrator of the Bhuj Trailer and he says, ''Don't mourn my death, I myself have chosen this martyrdom. I live to die, I am a Soldier.' Similarly, in one scene, a person from Pakistan's side says on the phone, 'Taj Mahal is a symbol of love'. To this Ajay replies, 'Then India Is The Story Of Your Father'.
Ajay Devgan himself has shared the trailer on his official social media handles. Ajay Devgn wrote, 'When bravery becomes your armor, every step leads you to victory! The untold story of the greatest battle ever fought.'
When bravery becomes your armour, every step leads you to victory! 💯— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) July 12, 2021
Experience the untold story of the greatest battle ever fought, #BhujThePrideOfIndia.
Trailer out now : https://t.co/o85HWqDVd9
Releasing on 13th August only on @DisneyplusHSVIP#DisneyPlusHotstarMultiplex
'Bhuj: The Pride Of India' Tells The True Story Of Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik
Bhuj airstrip (located in Gujarat) was destroyed in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971 due to PAF airstrikes when Pakistani Jets dropped napalm bombs. The airfield was attacked by PAF almost 35 times in 14 days with attacks by 92 bombs and 22 rockets. It was rebuilt during wartime by a group of 300 women from the nearby village of Madhapar under the guidance of Vijay Karnik who were given 72 hours to complete the task.