Movie Review 72 Hours: The True Story Of Rifleman’s Heroism, Found So Many Stars
Star Cast: Mukesh Tiwari, Alka Amin, Shishir Sharma, Virendra Saxena etc.
Director: Avinash Dhayani.
Producer: JS Rawat, Tarun Rawat, and Prashil Rawat
The film, 72 Hours Martyr Who Never Died, is a film based on the true story, which depicts the real-life story of Rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat. In 1962, Jaswant Singh Rawat had killed enemies in difficult circumstances in the Indo-China War. The film reflects the valor of Indian Jawans and has been made with good messages. The special thing is that the film has been shot well. But there is a reduction in performance. The performance of the whole movie is seen in the Miss Match.
Many films made by the brave soldiers of India and their heroes have been created which reflect patriotism and also inspire it. In this category, director Avinash Dhyani’s film ’72 Hours Martyr Who Never Tide ‘is also included, which is based on a true event. Rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat’s heroine is able to burn the patriotism flame inside each and every film. This film shows how Rifleman Jaswant redeemed the enemies of the enemies in uncomfortable circumstances. Jaswant Singh Rawat was an Indian rifleman soldier of four Garhwal Rifles, Uttarakhand who had won Maha Vir Chakra posthumously in the battle of Nooranang in Arunachal Pradesh during the Indo-Chinese War in 1962. It is said that four Garhwal rifles were ordered to retreat but Rifleman Jaswant Singh remained in his place and faced Chinese soldiers for three days.
Talking about the direction, Avinash looks successful because he has managed to tell his point. Also shooting is amazing and it is good to watch a movie on the big screen. Talking on the performance level, a little more work could be done. Because the film shows a Miss match about the artist’s performance. No graph is visible about the performance. Altogether the film is good, which can be seen at a time.
Fannypass dot com Rating: 2½ (3) stars out of five (5)
Duration: 2 hours 10 minutes