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‘Bhuj: The Pride of India’ review: A messy, loud tribute to valour in the air and on the ground
Scroll | 13/08/2021 09:38 PM | Click to read full article
Disjointed for the most part and rushing from one scene to the next, the 113-minute movie on Disney+ Hotstar appears to have been assembled out of an unruly hunk of footage. A voiceover that explains what we are already watching is layered over sonic effects and loud background music.
Writer-director Abhishek Dudhaiya and co-writers Raman Kumar, Ritesh Shah and Pooja Bhavoria throw everything they have at the screen – battles in the skies and on the ground, patriotic speeches, nationalistic songs and Pakistan bashing.