Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl

Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl
Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl

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Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl Movie Synopsis


Gunjan Saxena - Kargil woman about the arduous journey of the first female pilot in India. Year 1984. Gunjan Saxena (Reva Arora), about 9 years old, was traveling by plane with her family. He gets a chance to go to the cockpit and experience the magic of flying a plane. He immediately decided to become a pilot. In 1989, Kunjan (Janhvi Kapoor) passed the 10th standard examination with flying colors. He told his family - father Anoop Saxena (Pankaj Tripathi), mother Kirti Saxena (Ayesha Rasa Mishra) and sister Tyagi Anshuman (Angad Bedi) about his plan to stop learning to fulfill his dream. Kirti and Anushman disagree, but Anoop asks her to continue. However, when he applied to a flight school, he realized that the rules had changed and had to study until the last. He applied again after five years, but by that time the course fee was Rs. 10 lakhs, a figure which the Saxena family could not bear. Kunjan is sad. Anoop was asked to apply to the Indian Air Force, which recently started a course to recruit women officers. Cunningham fits and seems to be the only option. He then successfully completed his training and then moved to Udhampur Air Force Base in Jammu and Kashmir. Here, he faces tremendous discrimination against his gender. Fellow officers refused to fly with him, fearing he might destroy the sortie and the accident. His flight commander, Dilip Singh (Vineet Kumar Singh), made it clear that he was in the camp. And the ruling officer Kuttam Sinha (Manav Vij) is strict and very understanding. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

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Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl Movie Review


In many parts of the world, women face discrimination in every field and unfortunately, is no exception. But at the same time, India is full of inspiring stories of women struggling with gender discrimination and the challenges posed by growing success. Bollywood has, of late, been interested in such films. Last year, Manikarnika released two such inspirational films, such as The Queen of Jhansi and Sand Ki Ang. Within 2020, within a few weeks, we had the opportunity to witness the adventures of Shakuntala Devi's 'human computer'. Now, Kunjan Saxena - The Kargil Girl, is the story of a Kargil warrior. So does Kunjan Saxena-Kargil manage the entertainment and thrill of the female audience? Or fail to impress? let's study.


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Kunjan Saxena - Kargil woman about the arduous journey of the first female pilot in India. Year 1984. Kunjan Saxena (Reva Arora), about 9 years old, was traveling by plane with her family. He gets a chance to go to the cockpit and experience the magic of flying a plane. He immediately decided to become a pilot. In 1989, Kunjan (Janhvi Kapoor) passed the 10th standard examination with flying colors. He told his family - father Anoop Saxena (Pankaj Tripathi), mother Kirti Saxena (Ayesha Rasa Mishra) and sister Tyagi Anshuman (Angad Bedi) about his plan to stop learning to fulfill his dream. Kirti and Anushman disagree, but Anoop asks her to continue. However, when he applied to a flight school, he realized that the rules had changed and had to study until the last. He applied again after five years, but by that time the course fee was Rs. 10 lakhs, a figure which the Saxena family could not bear. Kunjan is sad. Anoop was asked to apply to the Indian Air Force, which recently started a course to recruit women officers. Cunningham fits and seems to be the only option. He then successfully completed his training and then moved to Udhampur Air Force Base in Jammu and Kashmir. Here, he faces tremendous discrimination against his gender. Fellow officers refused to fly with him, fearing he might destroy the sortie and the accident. His flight commander, Dilip Singh (Vineet Kumar Singh), made it clear that he was in the camp. And the ruling officer Kuttam Sinha (Manav Vij) is strict and very understanding. What happens next forms the rest of the film.


Nikhil Mehrotra and Sharan Sharma's story has a lot of potential and takes time. The screenplay of Nikhil Mehrotra and Sharan Sharma did not sink. The focus is not only on telling the story of Kunjan's life, but also to ensure that the apathy remains for entertainment. They keep the story very simple and easy for anyone who sees it to understand it. On the flip site, it is important to separate the character names in some way, there is nothing like this in the film. The names of Janhvi's parents or commanding officer Kuttam Sinha were not mentioned. As for Janhvi's brother, the surname Anshu is mentioned, but not his real name! The dialogues of Nikhil Mehrotra and Sharan Sharma (additional dialogue with Hussain Talal) raised the impact and humor to another level. Again, maintaining balance - conversation never becomes illustrated.


Sharan Sharma's movement is excellent and it cannot be said that this is his first film. He focuses on the story without adding romantic angles or any style. He also maintains a review period - the film is only 1.52 hours. Due to his story, boredom does not diminish even for a moment, a lot happens every time in the film. On the flip site, the fight scenes in the final 20 minutes are even more exciting and scary for better results. Also, Sharan failed to get the desired performance from Janhvi Kapoor. And then more!


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Gunjan Saxena – The Kargil Girl Movie Images 4


Kunjan Saxena - Kargil woman begins with a hard and exciting note. Kunjan's entry was heroic, and it was fun to watch it in theaters amid applause and whistles! The film then went into flashback mode, but before doing so, made it clear that the country was at war and that Kunzan, although talented, was behind in aerial operations. Kunjan had a wonderful year as an entertainer and hilarious. Several scenes stand here - the young girl in the cockpit, the order of celebration and the evening conversation of the girl's parents. However, two shots take the cake in the first half. Previously, when Kunjan was rumored to be commenting on current activities in Bollywood - it would definitely ruin the house! Secondly, when explaining the true meaning of patriotism to Anoop Kunjan. The film is very angry as Kunjan is facing obstacles at the Udhampur site. The film ends with a very emotional note.


Janhvi Kapoor gives an outstanding performance and it is understandable that she gave the film its best, physical and emotional image. But he does not have the expressions that can enhance his acting and image. On the positive side, he is good in scenes where he fails to reach the dorma at the right time or in the scene where he encounters Dilip Singh. Pankaj Tripathi is notable and is definitely one of his best performances. She loves her role as a supportive father - every woman longs for a father like her. Although he is good throughout the film, the scene where he drags Chick to the kitchen is something to watch. Ang Bedi is definitely fine. Ayesha Raza Mishra is doing well in her role. As before, Vineet Kumar Singh is giving a terrific performance. However, one wonders why his role is credited as a special part of the look. Manav Vij leaves a big mark and he fits in a field. Manish Verma (SSP officer Sameer Mehra who coaches Kunjan) will never be forgotten. The same is true for Yogendra Singh (Pilot Mont) and Akash Dhar (Pilot Sahgar). Reva Arora, Maria Shirushti (Air Hostess), Barbie Rajput (Kunnu's friend Mannu), Rajesh Balwani (Delhi Flying School Clerk) and Kulshan Pandey (CEO of Srinagar Air Force Base) are the best performers.


Amit Trivedi's music is good, but usually in situ. The film has 6 songs, but the stories are well built. ‘Bharat Ki Interview’ stands out and moves a lot. Rekha O Rekha is funny and very funny and also serves as a good song for actress Rekha. 'Dhoom Tadka' is catchy, but it is ruined while playing in the end credits. 'Uneven D Bari', 'Man Ki Tori' and D Tori Dutt Kayan 'are fine. The background mark of John Stewart Edury made an impact.


Manush Nandan's cinematography is amazing and captures a wide range of situations. The location of Georgia works well for the film as it resembles the Kashmir Valley. Aditya Kanwar's product design is rich. Samita Wanganu's clothes are very realistic. Vikram Tahia's action is light, not flamboyant. Special mention must also be given to the exploits of Mark Wolf and aerial integration. Red Chili VFX has the best VFX. The volume is packed in 112 minutes, and now, Nitin Bait editing is top notch as it does not seem to be a necessary task.


Overall, Kunjan Saxena - The Kargil Girl is the story of a female warrior in India. Despite some minus, the film will have a cord effect, especially for family audiences.

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