Mission Mangal review
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If it is a day of independence and a festival like Rakhi and an extended weekend like a golden icing on it, then the viewer feels like watching a film that makes him feel proud as well as happy. Akshay Kumar caught this pulse of the audience. They are based on the golden chapter of the country depicting the saga of the most prestigious and proud mission of the country like Mangalyaan. Mission Mangal Like Feelgood brought to film. 

Mission Mangal
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Story: The story of the film is based on ISRO’s Mars project when several female scientists of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) launched the satellite in the orbit of Mars house on 24 September 2014. After this, India became the first country in the world, which was successful in this mission in its very first attempt in a very low budget. The film begins in 2010, where ISRO’s well-known scientist and mission director Rakesh Dhawan (Akshay Kumar) collaborates with ISRO’s own scientist and project director Tara Shinde (Vidya Balan) under a mission called GSLV C-39. Launches, but unfortunately their mission fails. As a result of the defect, Rakesh is sent to the department of Mars Project lying in the trenches of ISRO. 

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From there, the law of home science suggests Tara’s idea of ​​Mission Mars. For this project, they both assure ISRO head Vikram Gokhale, But the biggest challenge before him is the stiff opposition from the budget and the officer called from NASA, Dilip Tahil. On Rakesh’s stubbornness and commitment, he is given a team of novice scientists like Aika Gandhi (Sonakshi Sinha), Kritika Aggarwal (Taapsee Pannu), Varsha Pillay (Nitya Menon), Parmeshwar Naidu (Sharman Joshi) and HG Dattatreya (Anant Iyer). All these scientists are not at all convinced about the Mars mission. They have their own personal problems and thinking. Tara Shinde changes her thinking and inspires her to earn her living on Mission Mangal. 

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Teams of novice scientists such as Parmeshwar Naidu (Sharman Joshi) and HG Dattatreya (Anant Iyer) are given. All these scientists are not at all convinced about the Mars mission. They have their own personal problems and thinking. Tara Shinde changes her thinking and inspires her to earn her living on Mission Mangal. Teams of novice scientists such as Parmeshwar Naidu (Sharman Joshi) and HG Dattatreya (Anant Iyer) are given. All these scientists are not at all convinced about the Mars mission. They have their own personal problems and thinking. Tara Shinde changes her thinking and inspires her to earn her living on Mission Mangal. 

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Review: Director Jagan Shakti has made his debut through the film. Undoubtedly, he has managed to make an impact on a film based on science and true historical events. Yes, he has taken cinematic liberty in many places to give mass appeal to the characters, which seems childish in some places, but in spite of this, he has firmly held the end of the emotion. The director has tried to explain the journey of the Mangalyaan mission on the basis of home science and other scientific facts, but he proved to be weak in terms of special effects. 

If the VFX effects were powerful, the space scenes could have become the best. The crisp storyline, impressive background score and a clinging climax are the film’s plus points, But at the end of the film there was no need for PM’s entry and his commentary. The performance of all the actors makes the film visible. Akshay Kumar has played the role of Rakesh Dhawan in a very funny manner. On his one-liners, the audience not only smiles but also applauds. 

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Actress Vidya Balan has managed to awaken her magic as usual. He has lived the role of a scientist and a common mother and wife so beautifully that the audience does not live without being enthralled. In one scene, she tells her husband Sanjay Kapoor, ‘If the daughter is so worried, keep the number of her friends with you. What is the use of making me feel guilty? ‘ Sonakshi in the role of Aika Gandhi is engaged as well as Convincing. 

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Taapsee maintains the naturalness of her character. Sharman Joshi has entertained a lot in his character due to the outbreak of Mars. Sanjay Kapoor, Nitya Menon, Kirti Kulhari, Zeeshan Ayub, Anant Iyer have given good support in spite of small roles. In the music of Amit Trivedi, the song ‘Mission Mangalam’ has become a good fit. 

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