Raag Desh is a periodic drama Movie based on the Indian National Army set up by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and the war to liberate India that was fought on the Beach of the Burma. Raag Desh leads to the life that epic trial that paved the way for India's Freedom and those meteoric times. The brilliant performances, detailing and casting in the Movie is Worth To watch.
|Stars:||Kunal Kapoor, Amit Sadh, Mohit Marwah|
|Release Date:||28-Jun-2017, India|
|Overall Ratings:||/ 5|
Wanting to watch a movie this weekend? Are you feeling patriotic? If yes, then opt for this movie. Directed by National Award winner director Tigmanshu Dhulia, the movie loosely revolves around the Indian National Army trials and the subsequent court martial of three senior officers.
But before you book the tickets, read the reviews here:
The Times of India
Dhulia painstakingly recreates the pre-independence era with researched costumes and sets and employs multiple languages (the Japanese speak Japanese, the British speak English; no shady dubbing here) to maintain authenticity, the movie proceeds with the flickering enthusiasm of an old college professor. Had the screenplay been freed of its half-hearted side-tracks, it would have made for great infotainment. The movie is only half of that word now.
Excellent research, good intention, and a convincing story are ruined solely by poor implementation. Raag Desh is an example of how poor editing can absolutely ruin a film. Abrupt cuts here and there makes the film appear like a documentary.
Raag Desh is an average film with an untold factual story. The film could have been a much better plus in the era of commercial films, Raag Desh is a niche in its own genre. If you are still patriotic to watch such a film in 2017, then Raag Desh isn't a bad watch.