India’s first film on war adrift ‘The Ghazi Attack’ gathered Rs 4.25 crore in its second week. With this, the aggregate accumulation of the film remains at Rs 16 crore, as announced by Boxofficeindia.com. It had gathered around Rs 11.75 crore in its first week. Featuring Rana Daggubati, Atul Kulkarni, Kay Menon, Taapsee Pannu, Rahul Singh and Satyadev Kancharana, the film depends on the baffling sinking of Pakistani warship PNS Ghazi amid the 1971 Indo-Pak war.
The film that discharged in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu additionally conflicted with Taapse Pannu’s romantic comedy ‘Running Shaadi’ as both movies hit the theaters on February 17. Naseeruddin Shah and Arshad Warsi’s “Irada” was the third discharge on that day. Performing artist Rana Daggubati has lauded his “Ghazi” co-on-screen character Atul Kulkarni and says that without him, the film would have been deficient. Rana on Sunday morning took to Twitter to compliment Atul and furthermore said that he has been a ‘strong mainstay of quality’ to the “Baahubali” star.
“Sir you have been in each which way been a strong mainstay of quality to ‘The Ghazi Attack’.”Ghazi” wouldn’t have been finished without you,” Rana tweeted. The prospective Telugu-Hindi bilingual dramatization, which is slated for discharge on February 17, depends on the puzzling sinking of PNS Ghazi submarine amid the 1971 war amongst India and Pakistan. Rana plays Lt. Officer Arjun Varma in the motion picture. Coordinated by debutant Sankalp, it likewise includes Taapsee Pannu and Kay Menon. The film is mostly in light of the book ‘Blue Fish’, penned by the executive himself. The story is around an official maritime officer of the Indian submarine S21 and his group who stay submerged for 18 days. The film additionally stars late performing artist Om Puri in a crucial part.
Rana Daggubati, will’s identity found in a motion picture in light of genuine occasions from the 1971 war, when Pakistan submarine Ghazi endeavored to obliterate the Indian plane carrying warship, INS Vikrant, is quick to purchase Bajaj V bicycle as a memorabilia from the film. Rana wishes to keep a cut of history with him as the bicycle has its parts produced using the metal of indigenous plane carrying warship INS Vikrant. Rana shares “The INS Vikrant was a standout amongst the most praised warships in the Indian Naval armada. Bajaj making cruisers from the metal resembles a token of respect that we can all have as natives.” The film will see him playing Naval officer Lieutenant Commander Arjun Varma, who is said to have stayed submerged for 18 days amid the war. Rana met numerous maritime officers, particularly those on load up the ship while get ready for the part. Besides featuring Taapsee Pannu and Kay Menon, and Atul Kulkarni, ‘The Ghazi Attack’ discharges on February 17.