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496. Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran; movie review

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Cert 12A
129 mins
BBFC advice: Contains infrequent moderate violence

Oh, this made me feel uncomfortable...
A nationalistic rah-rah-rahing over India becoming a nuclear superpower reminded me of North Korean rhetoric and the Russian Red Square parades.
Or maybe Donald Trump boasting about the size of his button.
Patriots is a term I have become to distrust but that is exactly what the protagonists of Parmanu - the Story Of Pokhran would claim to have been.
John Abraham plays the man charged with responding to noises from China and Pakistan by proving India's nuclear capability.
He plays Ashwat Raina, a scientist who has come up with what he believes is the perfect plan to carry out the nuclear tests.
However, he is discredited after his initial proposals become victim to political manoeuvres and had given up any prospect of waving his country's flag.
As with all things in politics, the temperature changes and he is lured back but must keep his activities secret even from his wife (Anuja Sathe).
The most worrying aspect of this film is how easily it seems to suggest that building a nuclear device is.
Raina is given the green light to gather together a small team and the job's a good 'un.
Indeed, the only impediment is if either Pakistan or the United States hear about the plans and go through diplomatic channels to stop them.
Therefore, there is all sorts of head-spinning maths required to know when it will be safe to do work at the test site without being noticed either on the ground or in the sky.
Abhishek Sharma's film reflects the tension of the race against time to make sure the tests go ahead before they can be stopped.
The problem is that we all know they did. So, it was hardly gripping stuff.
Unless you are an Indian patriot. Jai Hind!

Reasons to watch: A relatively interesting retelling of India's part in the arms race
Reasons to avoid: Too much nationalistic rah-rah-rah-ing

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit:  None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Director quote - Abhishek Sharma: "John did everything to make his role convincing. He really worked hard for it and deserves all the praises that he is getting. He is one of my favourite actors, someone I would love to work with, again and again.” 

The big question - Does India being a nuclear power make the region more stable or not?

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