Attack Movie Review: John Abraham’s Slick Combat-Game manages to keep you on your toes! (Last Exclusive)

Attack Movie Review: When the Indian parliament is on the radar and the terrorists are unleashed like loose cannon balls, India’s first super-soldier, Arjun Shergill (John Abraham) rises to the occasion in a way he has never seen before to push evil power into the pulp. In a role tailored to him and his affinity with the roles of action heroes, John delivers how! Director Lakshya Raj Anand keeps the story extremely “explosive” and incredibly unbelievable, but the clear script, the tight editing and the fantastic action-choreography do Attack an enjoyable watch. Attack Movie: Criticism, Actor, Plot, Trailer, Release Date – Everything You Need to Know About Jacqueline Fernandez, John Abraham, Rachel Prit Singh’s film.

What remains largely incomprehensible is the fact that why are our superheroes only called when there is only an attack on parliament? (Can’t the creators think of a different or better plot to keep our heroes on a higher pedestal?) In this case, our hero has it all – Artificial Intelligence, clever battle tactics and advanced battle techniques available of, and therefore the work at hand seems easily achievable if not completely insignificant. It seems that the builders want to save the biggest and most unusual threat to the successive part. Yet, Attack is an impressive effort to set the right tone for something that has not been explored before in Indian cinema.

In a rather fatal attempt to save his girlfriend (Jacqueline Fernandez) from a terrorist conspiracy, Arjun Shergill (John Abraham) is left paralyzed in the throat. Chief of Special Operations Subramaniam (Prakash Raj) proposes Arjun’s name as a test case for a new technology based on artificial intelligence that can put him back on his feet and eventually turn him into a super soldier who can go on missions to deal with terrorists and prevent their deadly attacks. Theatrical releases of the week: John Abraham-Rakul Preet Singh’s Attack Part 1, Jared Leto-Michael Keaton’s Morbius, Taapsee Pannu’s Mishan Impossible and more.

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Director Lakshya Raj Anand weaves a rather interesting story and takes care to explain the technology to set up the avatar of John super-soldier. The next characters come and go without doing anything of great importance or consistency. Rakul Preet Singh, Prakash Raj, Rajit Kapur and Ratna Pathak Shah admirably provide support for the most dramatic portions and processes. In two hours and ten minutes, Attack creates a universe full of advanced technology and things unfold in the top and most dramatic way, but guess what! Everything works thanks to the excellent camera of Will Humphris and the strict editing of Aarif Sheikh. Attack Song Main Nai Tuttna Has a Determined John Abraham on a Mission to Save His Nation (Watch Video).


-John is quickly transformed from a paralyzed, wheelchair-bound ex-soldier into a force to be reckoned with and then moves on to this most incredible action scenario to offer you a paisa vasool gas thrill.

-The top VFX used and the seamless digital display work wonders Attack and you are immersed in a world where artificial intelligence takes precedence quickly but surely.

-Bicycle tracking and plane crash sequences are hard to miss. You can find yourself on the edge of your seat as these subtly created sequences unfold at a brisk pace.

From now on!

-Is it absolutely necessary to have a romantic background that pushes our superhero to realize and justify his real potential? In it, the love of John and Jacqueline seems hastily written and very uncomfortable.

-The film is very high in artificial intelligence and futuristic technology, but just as low in emotional quotient so much that you do not feel for its character and horrible past, even if you are willing to applaud for its action adventures.

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-The background music and the music are a bit disappointing. One or two pieces to take off the drama or capture the soft moments would have served as a huge advantage.

Final thoughts

of John Abraham Attack deals with his original idea, as indeed with a brilliant superhero who has the ability to transfer the rather enjoyable plot in the right direction. Watch it for the actor’s honesty to portray the character that is made just for him and performs as only he can!

(This story first appeared on LatestLY on April 01, 2022 12:00 pm IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log in to our site

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