Bollywood upcoming war drama action movie Bhuj: The Pride of India is written and directed by Abhishek Dudhaiya. The movie features Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, while Nora Fatehi, Sharad Kelkar, Ammy Virk, and Pranitha Subhash. Ajay Devgn’s Bhuj: The Pride of India film also joined the list of Bollywood movies releasing on an OTT platform. The movie will stream on Disney Plus Hotstar. The release date of Bhuj: The Pride of India is 14 November 2020.
The movie story is about a real incident of the Indo-Pak war in 1971, it is about the life of IAF Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik, and then in-charge of the Bhuj airport who, with his team, Movitivate reconstructed the IAF airbase with the help of 300 women from the local village Madhapar.
In this movie, Ajay Devgn playing the role of Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik. Sanjay Dutt, Rana Daggubati, Sonakshi Sinha, Parineeti Chopra, and Ammy Virk will also be seen in main supporting lead roles. Sonakshi Sinha will play the character of Sunderben Jetha Madharparya, a farmer who convinces the women to help build the runway. Parineeti Chopra will be seen as an Indian spy living in Lahore.
Cast & Crew
- Directer: Abhishek Dudhaiya
- Lead Roles: Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Sonakshi Sinha
- Producer (s): Bhushan Kumar , Ginny Khanuja, Krishan Kumar, Kumar Mangat Pathak, Vajir Singh, Abhishek Dudhaiya
- Music Director: Vishal-Shekhar
- Production Company: T-Series, Select Media Holdings LLP
- Languages: Hindi
- Release Date: 14 November 2020
Bhuj The Pride Of India Film Story
There are many ways you can watch ‘Bhuj The Pride of India’, some of them are legal and some of them are not. We strongly recommend that you shall stay away from any illegal downloads. The film story revolves around Ajay, who plays the role of Indian Air Force (IAF) squadron leader Vijay Karnik, who was in charge of the Bhuj airbase in Gujarat during the ongoing Indo-Pak war. Karnik along with his team, convinced 300 women from a nearby village to help them rebuild the airstrip destroyed by bombings so that flight-carrying Indian soldiers could land safely.