Another recommendation

I just saw SHAURYA . It is such a wonderful film on Army, Militancy , Court trial etc. It is a brilliantly made film on insurgency, veerchakra, awards and other forms of official recognition. It is a highly recommendable film.

I personally liked and this film raises many questions related to human Rights, relationships, trial etc.. I feel this film is equally as good as ‘The Lives of Others’. Pl dont miss it. There is hardly any crowd, only two screenings at PVR. And, incidentally this film is being produced by PVR productions which has produced Tare Zameen par….

SHAURYA is an excellent tribute Indian Army and it is trying to depict reality in the Army.

Dont miss it.



One response to this post.

  1. Dear Shamantha,
    I did watch ‘Shaurya’ last week after its release. To my disappointment I found it to be an Indianised version of Tom Cruise starrer ‘A few good men’. It is well made. Kaykay is good but fails to evoke the kind of rage in our hearts that Jack Nicholson managed to. I found myself nodding to some of his opinions like when he says that the present generation taking life easy while jawans slogged at the border and when he asks Sid to finish his coffee. His justification in the end seems too hasty. His villainy is the result of years of deliberated hatred, which, in my opinion needed dialogues with depth. I just loved the character of Javed Khan which is so relevent to the present day Indian scenario. Since lot of such fake-encounter incidents by Army have been reported, the movie seems universal, though it is ‘inspired’. Can put your money on this one rather than those mushy romances.
    -Tina (


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