December 4, 2016 6:57:54 pm
The first look of the much-awaited multi-lingual film, The Ghazi Attack starring Rana Daggubati and Taapsee Pannu has released. The actors along with the producers have shared the first look on the occasion of the Indian Navy Day. Taapsee, who recently took to Twitter to announce the release date of her action-drama film Naam Shabana, revealed the release date of The Gazi Attack too, along with its poster. It will hit the theaters on February 17, 2017.along with
She wrote, “And it’s raining releases! Proud to be a small part of this BIG film #TheGhaziAttack India’s first under water war film!” Karan Johar also took to Twitter and wrote, “#TheGhaziAttack releases in theatres on 17th February 2017 Thrilled about this one. Dharma Productions is proud to partner with AA films for The Ghazi Attack – India’s first war-at-sea film!”
The film is said to be based on the mysterious sinking of PNS Ghazi, a Pakistan submarine during the Indo-Pak 1971 war. It is about an executive naval officer and his team who had remained underwater for 18 days.
Rana will be seen playing the Navy officer and Taapsee will portray a refugee. The film is currently in the post-production phase.
Read the Tweets here:
— Dharma Productions (@DharmaMovies) December 4, 2016
— Apoorva Mehta (@apoorvamehta18) December 4, 2016
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) December 4, 2016
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) December 4, 2016
— Victory Venkatesh (@VictoryVenki_FC) December 4, 2016
Ghazi will be another Tollywood movie with war as its backdrop. Looks like all these are taking cue from the recent National Award-winning movie Kanche, which was based on the Nazi forces in World War II. The Ghazi Attack will be directed by debutant Sankalp Reddy and is said to be partially based on his own book, Blue Fish.
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