Bhuj: The Pride of India is a film so insistent on desh bhakti, that even the disclaimer is patriotic. After the standard announcement, about the film being a fictional version of true events, the disclaimer ends with the line We salute the Indian Armed Forces and then in an even bigger font, Jai Hind! Director Abhishek Dudhaiya maintains this high-pitch fervour from the first frame to the last. Bhuj movie download
The film is set during the Indo-Pakistan war of 1971 and tells the story of how IAF Squadron leader Vijay Karnik, who was in charge of the Bhuj airport, reconstructed the runaway, which had been destroyed by Pakistani airstrikes, with the help of 300 women from the local village. This act of valour prevented Kutch from falling into the hands of the Pakistani army.
It’s an incredible story, told here with the narrative depth of a restaurant menu. The characters are stick figures, who repeatedly proclaim their love for the motherland. They don’t have conversations. They make declarations. Such as “Pakistan hi Islam ka sabse bada dushman hai or Maratha sirf do baatein jaanta hai – marna ya maarna”. These lines of course delivered by the good Indians. Bhuj movie download
The Pakistanis are to the last man, evil buffoons. We know they are Pakistani because they say janaab in every other sentence. And their battle skills are so poor, that in the climactic fight, Sanjay Dutt playing a villager named Pagi, is enough to decimate half the Pakistani army. He is massacring them with an axe, but no one has the good sense to shoot him. Bhuj: The Pride of India has four writers, apart from Abhishek, there is Raman Kumar, Ritesh Shah and Pooja Bhavoria, but it doesn’t have a coherent screenplay.
It begins in December 1971 and then flashes back mid-battle to other skirmishes. We get an extended action sequence in which Ajay Devgn, playing Vijay Karnik, takes on Pakistani spies in a spice factory. Of course, he takes the Sonbai from the Mirch Masala route, throwing lal mirch at these baddies. Ammy Virk playing fighter pilot Vikram Singh Baj is dodging bombs in the sky for one minute. Bhuj movie download
The next, he’s reuniting with his daughter. Nora Fatehi shows up as the spy Heena, we are told that she joined RAW, to avenge her brother, who was stoned to death after being caught spying for India. So Vijay’s voice-over helpfully informs us, that “Pakistan se Heena ki ladaai National Bhi hai, aur personal bhi”. Heena relays critical information and gets to kick Pakistani butt, but sadly the item song ‘Zaalima Coca Cola’ doesn’t make it to the film.
I was hoping that it would provide some relief. This film isn’t content to portray Pakistanis as sadistic clowns. It also editorializes on the larger relationship between the two countries, to establish that Pakistan has no moral fibre. Vijay’s voiceover tells us that in 1947, when India was cleaved into two countries, India gave Pakistan 75 crore rupees as a parting gift. Bhuj movie download
The same money was then used to procure arms that were used against Indian soldiers. No country, Vijay pronounces, would have paid such a high price for its decency. Vijay is also prone to making proclamations about women. In one scene, he says: “Kameez se toote huye button se lekar tooti huyi himmat tak, aurat kuchh bhi jod sakti hai”.
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