“Aye Watan Watan Mere Aabad Rahe Tu, Mein Jahan Rahun, Jahan Mein Yaad Rahe Tu”
Raazi, starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal is said to be doing wonders on the screen. Like the trailer suggests, the film is about an Indian girl spy who is married in Pakistan and spies for her country. The trailer itself was so good that we know that the audience was waiting for this next biggie.
In the first six days of its release, the movie has earned 51.24 crores at the box office collection. The Meghna Gulzar’s directed movie Raazi has given goosebumps and ran down chills in its audience. The movie is being loved and appreciated by the audience and also the critics. The film is yet to earn more and maintain its growth on the box office collection.
The movie is enjoyed by all the age groups and it gives the patriotic feeling to the audience that is just amazing. Vicky Kaushal is seen playing next to Alia Bhatt and is doing a fabulous job in the movie. The film is a drama based on the 1971’s India and Pakistan scenario.
The trade analyst Taran Adarsh has called this movie an unstoppable and tweeted the following:
“#Raazi is UNSTOPPABLE… Crosses ₹ 50 cr mark… Have a look at the trending on weekdays – the biz is not going to slow down soon… Fri 7.53 cr, Sat 11.30 cr, Sun 14.11 cr, Mon 6.30 cr, Tue 6.10 cr, Wed 5.90 cr. Total: ₹ 51.24 cr. India biz.”
Alia is receiving a lot of compliments for portraying ‘Sehmat’ in ‘Raazi’. The movie is based on a book written by ‘HarinderSikka’ and named ‘Sehmat’ is a true story inspired by the Kashmiri women who married a Pakistan Army officer and travelled to the other country as a spy to gather information for Indian Army.
The movie Raazi makes us realized that there are a lot of nameless wonders who have helped the country and its countrymen. Today, if at all we are safe and living a good life is because of the Army that is always alert and ready on the borders of India. Being surrounded by enemy India is an easy target for many of the neighbours.
We salute the Army generals and Army men to keep all of us safe and sound.