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A youthful Gunjan Saxena (Riva Arora) is sky-struck when she steps in the cockpit just because while going on a flight. “Dada, mujhe pilot banna hain”, she reveals to her senior sibling who excuses her desire and advises her to turn into an air-entertainer. Fortunately, Gunjan has a strong dad, Lieutenant Colonel Anup Saxena (Pankaj Tripathi) who comprehends her sentiment with planes.
In the wake of intersection a few obstacles in her way, Gunjan breaks the biased based impediment and joins the Indian Air Force. Be that as it may, who says the excursion will be simple? From being continually denied flying hours to confronting a lot of men who can’t manage a lady in their base, Gunjan fights a few predispositions and takes off high in the sky.
Janhvi Kapoor is still work-in-progress with regards to her acting slashes. While she exceeds expectations in the scenes where she is an idealistic young lady, the entertainer battles to remain consistent with regards to the passionate scenes. Nonetheless, her scenes with her on-screen father Pankaj Tripathi hit home. Pankaj Tripathi oozes warmth directly from the main casing. His depiction of Gunjan Saxena’s strong dad is on point.
He is one reason why your eyes remain stuck to the screen. Watch out for his conceivably angry scene among him and his child (Angad Bedi) when the last items to Gunjan being a pilot. The entertainer hits the ball straight out of the recreation center for a six. Angad Bedi as the calmly misogynist sibling is consummately on top of what the content requests him to do. Vineet Kumar Raina pulls off a powerful presentation regardless of his one-note job. Manav Vij as the boss who finds the flash in Gunjan Saxena, is persuading.
With its legitimate exhibitions and mixing story, this Janhvi Kapoor-starrer has its heart in the ideal spot. Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl is a fitting accolade for each ‘Bharat Ki Beti’ who hopes against hope and fly high in the sky.