CAST & CREW
Shaurya is a movie directed by Samar Khan which is a replica of movie ‘A Few Good Man’. Shaurya portraits drama behind the Indian court room and the bravery of a soldier to risk his life for the dignity of the country.
The film stars Rahul Bose as Major Siddhant Chaudhary and Javed Jaffrey as Major Akash Kapoor as two best friend and very ambitious individuals. Major Akash Kapoor hails from Kashmir. In a search operation in Kashmir village, Major Akash Kapoor shouts his commanding officer Brigadier Rudra Pratap Singh (Kay Kay Menon).
Major Siddhant and Major Akash are on the contradictory side of the case. Major Akash refuses to speak in his defense and holds a strong secret. Maj. Siddhant is defense council. Initially, he shows least amount of concern in this case but after meeting Minissha Lamba who is Kavya, a Journalist and realizing that the case is not as simple as it seems .Maj. Siddhant develops a keen interest in this case and tends to find out the underlying truth behind the whole scenario. Watch him reveal the climax.
The way Samar Khan directs the movie is quite unusual. The flow of the movie tends to build intensity and climax among the audience. It’s not just another movie about army man it’s. It shows the courage of a soldier to honor his country. The movie truly explains the proverb 'It takes courage to make right..right.’
Kay Kay Menon, who's the villain in this movie, has nailed his role and played it like none other. Rahul Bose has played his part as a piece of cake. Javed Jaffery has done justice to his role. Minissha Lamba has done a decent job
1. The screen play does not deviate for the main issue.
2. The picturization of the beautiful view of the Kashmir village.
3. Music by none other Adnan Sami increases the lust of the movie.
WHAT’S NOT THERE?
1. The movie is an exact dub of A Few Good Man.
2. It tends to shows use the same ideology of Hindu-Muslim religion.
Shaurya on a whole is a flawless script that sends a strong message to audience. It’s a must watch. The movie is kept simple yet marvelous.
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