At last, after a long wait, the trailer of Mission Mangal that stars Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Sharman Joshi, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menon, is out and we assure you that it will give you goosebumps!
Helmed by Jagan Shakti, Mission Mangal is touted to be India’s first space film, and it follows scientists at Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) who contributed to the Mars Orbiter Mission.
It narrates the whole story that how Rakesh Dhawan (Akshay Kumar) and Tara Shinde (Vidya Balan) working together with a team of brilliant scientists, sent a satellite to Mars in their very first attempt without fail, a mammoth feat achieved by no other nation till date.
Have a look at the Mission Mangal trailer below:
Earlier, Akshay Kumar who plays Mission Director in this flick said,
“This is a work of 17 engineers and scientists at ISRO. While listening to so many real stories of women scientists, I found it amazing how they managed their homes while being so incredible at work. Through this film, I want to tell them that they’re great. This movie belongs to these five girls, played by Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menon. This is their movie.”
Mission Mangal, is jointly produced by the Cape of Good Films, Hope Productions, and Fox Star Studios. It will arrive on the silver screens on Independence Day Eve i.e. August 15, the very same day John Abraham starrer Batla House makes a silver screen landing.
And when it comes to news about an upcoming movie based on ISRO’s work. It would be an injustice to them if their latest achievements that are going to every Indian proud are not mentioned about. Yes, we are talking about India’s indigenously built GSLV MK III rocket that is developed by ISRO and is slated for a 22nd July launch.
God willing if this launch goes successfully, then India would be enroute to become the fourth nation on earth to send a manned mission to space on its own.
Let’s hope for the best.
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