“Mission Mangal” is the incredible, true story of a scientist, Rakesh Dhawan, played by Akshay Kumar and Tara Shinde played by Vidya Balan who lead a motley team of scientists who overcome their personal challenges and failures to serve as the brains behind one of the greatest missions in history: the launch of India’s first satellite to Mars.
A stunning achievement that restored the nation’s confidence. The film is a tale of ordinary people doing extraordinary things and inspiring generations to dream big and achieve the impossible.
Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu and Sonakshi Sinha headline the all-star cast of this summer’s most-anticipated Bollywood film “Mission Mangal” which has just launched its full theatrical trailer.
The film opens across North American theaters on Thursday, August 15th.
The trailer of “Mission Mangal” has just dropped and it has all the ingredients of a patriotic film. Plus it has Akshay Kumar, a champion of sorts of movies with nationalist themes.
The 2-minute-52-second trailer begins with Kumar assembling a team of talented scientists to work for ISRO on a nearly impossible task. Among other things, he wants to fulfill a nation’s dream of being a space superpower in limited cost.
A group of women scientists comes to his help which has some of the really emotive faces Bollywood has recently seen. All these actresses have proved their worth in many recent projects, and thus Kumar seems to be on a winning turf even before the release of the film.
It also has Sharman Joshi, Zeeshan Ayyub,
Directed by Jagan Shakti, the film’s trailer video is quite predictable but it has emotions. There are moments when you’ll root for the underdogs. If the film turns out to be as good as the trailer then the producers are likely to have a better bank balance after the release.
Watch the new full theatrical trailer for “Mission Mangal” right here:
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.