1971: Beyond Borders (2017)

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The story of the 1971 war between India and Pakistan is told from the perspective of a soldier.


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  • Arunoday Singh and Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)
  • Arunoday Singh and Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)
  • Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)
  • Arunoday Singh and Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)
  • Arunoday Singh and Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)
  • Priyanka Agrawal in 1971: Beyond Borders (2017)

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8 April 2017 | bivinph
6
| Literally out of ammo
The movie begins with colonel Mahadevan commanding a UN mission. The mission scenes were short and the focus soon shifted to retired major Sahadevan. The film shifts to a flash back to the 1971 period. By the way Mohanlal has got really fat. But that didn't stop the versatile actor from pumping patriotism into our veins. However the plot wasn't interesting enough to keep you on your edges. The movie begins to lag after a point making it boring to watch. An unnecessary song sequence just added to the boredom. It was only until the tank scene, things started to get interesting again. The movie in a whole wasn't convincing enough regarding various emotional scenes. There was an attempt to recreate Jeeva's character in Keerthichakra but again wasn't convincing enough. The entire film tries to tell us why Sahadevan was impressed by the valor of Colonel Raja but as the viewers we just couldn't feel it. Frankly speaking Picket 43 and Keerthichakra could kick this movie out of the park.

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Release Date:

March 2017

Language

Malayalam


Country of Origin

India

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$61,590

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