One crore spent on designing the submarine of The Ghazi Attack

Rana Daggubati starring movie The Ghazi Attack is a drama movie and in this film, an underwater war between India and Pakistan has shown by using submarines. The 80 percent shooting of the film has happened under the submarine, so that's the interior of this film also has been taken care especially. Almost 1 crores had spent on the designing the submarine. The production designer Shivam Rao says that the budget of the interior of submarine crossed 1 crore. It has taken care of proper space in the interior for camera lighting and camera movement. It has designed according to the vantage of cast and crew. Some panels had made in the submarine which can open a door. He added that before designing the sibutramine his team systematically visited the submarine in Vizag, Visakhapatnam. For that, they chose foxtrots Russian model because the same was used in the real war in 1971. Although the original model was 300 ft' long but in the film, it has only 125 ft' long. They chose a lower tank bund area of Hyderabad because the necessary things can be collected there easily. This is to notice that The Ghazi Attack is based on the Indo-Pak war in 1971. When Pakistani submarine PNS - Ghazi tried to attack India's INS Vikrant then how Indian submarine S-21 gave the retort reply to them. Om Puri, Rana Daggubati, Nassar, K.K. Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Taapsee Pannu have played leading roles in the film.