Plot In Short: Parmanu is a Hindi thriller movie based on the true event, which shows how RAW coordinated with Intelligence Bureau, Indian Army, Indian Space Agency( now ISRO) to test India’s Nuclear bomb(fusion and fission) at Pokhran thereby keeping the most awaited mission secret from Pakistan’s ISI and US CIA.
Parmanu movie cast: John Abraham, Boman Irani, Diana Penty, Anuja Sathe, Boman Irani, Yogendra Tiku, Darshan Pandya, Vikas Kumar, Zachari Coffin.
Parmanu movie director: Abhishek Sharma.
Music: Sachin Jigar and Jeet Ganguly.
Script: Saiwyn Quadras, Sanyuktha Chawla Sheikh, and Abhishek Sharma.
Production Company: Zee Studios.
Abhisekh Sharma did a decent job as a director in synchronizing the roles, script and background setting. Sharma’s performance can be judged with the inclusion of funny scenes with its proper placing. His understanding of the plot could be well understood from the expression of the actors that he could manage to pull out from all the actors.
John Abraham had given another brilliant performance in this movie. Diana Penty was looking great in her role of being one of the Secret Pandavas designated for the nuclear mission. Boman Irani’s role added different patriotic flavour to the movie. Zachary Coffin is now regular face as Bollywood’s White man. Master Arush Nand and Aditya Hitkari also done justice to their role too.
A fantabulous job was done by the scriptwriters’ Trio- Saiwyn Quadras, Sanyuktha Chawla Sheikh, and director Abhishek Sharma altogether. There were many wonderful factors in this movie. First one was the introduction of the concept of Mahabharata and the second one was the real-life video footage of Atal Bihari, Nawaz Sharif, Bill Clinton added more some prestigious effect to the well-written script.
Sachin-Jigar and Jeet Ganguly ‘s music was spectacular with their creation as it deemed fit with the backdrop of the theme of the movie. Though the music at times is quite traditional that did not put a halt into the dynamics of the script. ” Shubh Din” and “Thare Vaaste” are really mind-blowing traditional Rajasthani folk numbers which drew the attention of the public and gave the feel of the dry arid yet colourful Thar Desert of India.
Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran is a very tightly bound scripted film which showed one of the biggest failures of US CIA till date. There are wow factors, super thrills, funny dialogues, engaging drama and some really cool actions. Everything is so well balanced that I felt it touched the Indian patriotic hearts as the movie progresses. There are no flaws to point out as it simply depicts a true event that made India strong and nuclear-powered country. The musical numbers touched the hearts of the audience with its traditional touch. There are no unnecessary scenes in the movie, and the director has cooked all the elements so deliciously displaying you a touching patriotic story which sings the unsung heroes who have to be remembered and honoured for a long long time.