State of Siege 26 11 Movie Review
State of Siege 26 11 Movie Review: ‘State of Siege: 26/11’ terrifying 60 hours of terror, the untold tale of Jambaji
Artists – Mukul Dev, Arjan Bajwa, Arjun Bijlani, Vivek Dahiya etc.
Director – Matthew Lutywiler
State of Siege 26 11 Movie Review: With the same mantra ‘Victory of courage’, the world has been facing the coronavirus epidemic for the past few months. Courage is the feeling that comes from within, whether it is to sit at home at the moment and go in isolation and secure everyone with themselves.
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Or to protect the country, the world and society. The outbreak of Corona is nothing short of a nightmare for Mumbai with the history of the world in the year 2020. The same fear came in 2008 also. When 60 hours Mumbai was battling terror, not an epidemic.
We are talking about the 26/11 Mumbai attack. G5’s web series State of Siege 26/11 shows th is awe, courage and morale with a new rhythm. The series is based on Sandeep Unnithan’s book Black Tornado, directed by Hollywood director Methiu Lutyowler. The three famous faces Arjun Bijlani, Arjan Bajwa and Vivek Dahiya, play the NSG commandos. Mukul Dev has become the head of terrorism.
With more than 165 deaths in this terrorist attack in Mumbai, 300 injured people still remember that day. The Mumbai Police was released from terror by the National Security Guard (NSG) after the Mumbai Police took out the case. This series has effectively worked out the 60 significant hours that have been spent between NSG commandos, police and the Mumbai attack.
That night of 26/11 – eight episodes
This series of eight episodes will not look long or boring from anywhere. With perfect editing and keeping the point, this series takes you in those 60 hours, the fear of which comes out of the screen and reaches your heart.
In the first episode, the story is completely caught up, and the planning of the attack takes place on the night of 26/11 while going through the NSG’s country security. Which manages to hold you for eight episodes.
Tied script and artist
The cast is entirely judged with the tied script. Arjun Bijlani leads the series in the role of the martyred NSG commando Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan. Arjun attracts attention to his presence. Vivek Dahiya has less chance on TV. He proves why it is essential to be seen by people as an actor. Vivek Dahiya’s character is remembered even in deep space.
NSG and terrorism
Arjan Bajwa strengthens the series’ grip in the role of Chief Officer of NSG Commandos. Mukul Dev is terrifying in the character of the mastermind of terrorism. The work of all the actors in the part of the terrorist is also commendable.
Manohar Verma and Rinku Bachchan have directed the action scene correctly. It is interesting to see the battle in Taj, especially in the last. The series does not lose its rhythm anywhere from episode to episode.
Commando operations and dialogues tight
Ram Gopal Varma’s 26/11 and Hotel Mumbai have shown the story of this attack. Nevertheless, the series successfully stands on its own. Placing the role of NSG commandos on the upper layer in the entire offence has been the USP of the series.
Many scenes of commando action and jabbering of Mumbai Police have become reasonable. Dialogue between Mukul Dev and the terrorists is tight.
However, much has been read and seen on the Mumbai attack that the new punches for Mumbaikar only match the entire mission of the NSG commander. The arrival of NSG commander brings up the story. The NSG commander’s lack of training facilities and the way they have been ignored in the midst of this attack is a blatant slap on the system.
Which leaves a question as to why the police, commanders and soldiers still lack the necessary facilities to protect the country?
Reason to see
State of Siege 26 11 Movie Review: Let us tell you that this series not only depicts terrorism in Mumbai attack but also explains the humanity, bravery of Mumbai Police along with jambaji and the lost importance of NSG commandos in-country security. 3.5 stars from Filmbeast.