Raazi is a spy thriller film directed by Meghna Gulzar, starring Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal in lead roles. The story revolves around an Indian spy married to a Pakistani man during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan War.
Raazi Hindi Movie Cast,Crew and Full Details
|Raazi Hindi Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Raazi||Meghna Gulzar|
|Release date of Raazi||11 May 2018|
|Actors of Raazi||Alia Bhatt,|
Hiroo Yash Johar,
|Screenplay by||Bhavani Iyer,|
|Cinematography||Jay I. Patel|
|Running time||138 minutes|
|Script||Harinder S. Sikka|
(Based on book "Calling Sehmat")
|Production Company||Junglee Pictures|
|Latest News about Raazi||Latest News|
The Real Raazi – Sehmat Khan from “Calling Sehmat”
“Jalamev Yasya Balmev Tasya” (He who controls the sea is all powerful).
That was the aphorism of INS Viraat, the world’s most established plane carrying warship, which filled in as a lead of the Indian Navy as far back as her origin. Be that as it may, we would have lost control over the ocean and our ‘excellent old woman’, if an overcome Indian lady hadn’t committed her life to the nation.
This lady too may have been lost, in the same way as other different names that have not discovered a place among the nationalists of our nation. Be that as it may, because of Harinder S. Sikka, a previous Lieutenant Commander of the Indian Navy, who drew out her story through his novel, ‘Calling Sehmat’ – distributed in 2008.
To maintain her secrecy and for the sake of her family’s safety, Sikka called her Sehmat Khan in his novel and never revealed her real name.
During his conversation with this feisty lady, the author came to know that she was the daughter of a rich businessman in Kashmir and according to the plan of Indian intelligence, was married to a Pakistani army officer to provide India with classified information during the 1971 war.
Alia Bhatt said –
“The story of this character! It’s such a selfless act. There are not that many selfless deeds that exist in today’s world. Some acts that may seem selfless will have a hint of selfishness in it, maybe in a good way. One big takeaway is that I really have respect for those who are day in and day out fighting for the country. I always had respect for them, I have done a trail of the BSF borders, and I have spent time with them. But I never sat back and understood that they have put their lives out there. And there are also so many unsung heroes who have given up their lives, and we have no clue where they are. Just by putting themselves out there in the mouth of danger for us they have done so much for us. We should take a moment to think that do we really understand the true meaning of patriotism. Do we really understand the meaning of it?”