Gunjan Saxena:The Kargil Girl(2020) Full Movie Review and Story
Flight Lieutenant Gunjan Saxena is an Indian Air Force (IAF) officer. She joined the IAF in 1994, the veteran of the Kargil War in 1999 and the first female chakra award. One of his major roles during the Kargil war was to evacuate the wounded from Kargil, provide transportation and assist in surveillance. Gunjan’s father and brother both served in the Indian Army. The current film is a fictional account of his accomplishments.
The film begins with a plane. The small buzz is thrilled when an air hostess takes him to the cockpit of an airplane. The family was later shown to be short on funds, deciding to become an Air Force pilot instead of buzzing. He excelled in both the written test as well as the aptitude test. She is overweight but works hard and qualifies to lose excess weight. After completing her training, it seems difficult for her to adapt to the all-male atmosphere of the helicopter squadron that has been posted. Bigger than that, however, the attitude of his male colleagues is hard to digest, however, he remains steadfast in his efforts, respecting his ability to come to the base as the best pilot, and keeping him cool in his first rescue mission, successfully ending it and more during the Kargil war. Flew a large number of flights. Thus, she paved the way for more female pilots in the IAF in the coming years.
From an early age, Gunjan’s father, an army officer, supported his dream of becoming a pilot. Despite being at the top of her class at school, she reveals to her parents that her future lies in no man’s kitchen, lies in the sky the moment she broke the news to her people, it could be almost wrong to go public as a homosexual – there is gossip among relatives , His brother has taken the ‘log keya kahenge’ approach and Gunjan’s mother even offered to go to an astrologer for advice. How his ‘healing’.
Her joy at being admitted to the Air Force Academy is short-lived, as it is here that she truly experiences sexuality. He misses training because there is no room for change in his overall shape at the base. She is being forced to free herself in the men’s washroom because there is none for women. Fearing being expelled, almost all of his fellow cadets refused to take part in security with him. And his superior (an unexpected man played by Bhinit Kumar Singh) confronts him even more angrily by ordering him to wrestle one more caddy, the film repeatedly reveals the narrow-minded male mentality. He certainly lost, but the next scene has the spirit to face him. “Moi Yahan Helicopter Flight I Huh Yes Helicopter Rise?” He says.
However, Janhvi is expected to lift heavily. Rumor has it, the young actor is aware that he has to work harder than others to prove himself. He brought discomfort to his performance in the Air Force scene, which I intended to be a believer. In any case, it works. Playing with someone who is highly skilled at his job and still skeptical about his own potential is not very easy.
Although the best part and for which the film is truly a medal contender, it is to beat the chest, to clear the flag-aving wave, the ugly militancy. In the cast line, the girl who wanted to be a pilot says: I just want to fly. Could the picture have been better? Undoubtedly. Are women pursuing their dreams against masculine adversity? Absolutely.