Ghazi tells the story – which many believe to be the truth but remains classified till this day because this battle was fought and won underwater, before India officially declared war on Pakistan the very next day - on 4th December 1971. This underwater saga unfolds as an epic tale of the unsung heroes aboard the Indian Submarine S-21 who put themselves in the line of fire to defend their nation. It epitomizes the immense courage and undying patriotism of these men in the hard fought battle against the Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi when it ventured into Indian waters with the ambition of destroying INS Vikrant and conquering the Visakhapatnam port. Despite tremendous odds, these heroes of the Indian Navy destroyed the formidable and technologically advanced Pakistani submarine, PNS Ghazi. Ghazi, the first full-length submarine film made in India exemplifies the values of the Indian Armed Forces and particularly, the Indian Navy. Ghazi is a powerful, gritty, fast-paced, war drama with real characters you get to know closely and root for. It a war fought not just with ammunition, but also between the minds of the strategy makers on the two submarines, which keeps one on the edge of their seat. This is also the story of unsung heroes like Capt. Rann Vijay Singh (played by Kay Kay Menon), Lieutenant Commander Arjun Verma (played by Rana Daggubati), Executive Officer Devraj (played by Atul Kulkarni) and every man on the submarine, each coming from different parts of the country, each having a family waiting for him to return and each of them who put his country before him. These men who may not have found a place in the history, but have most definitely found a cherished place in the future of India.
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