This weekend, many movies and web series are released on OTT platforms. Among them, the most awaited film is, without a doubt Mission Majnu. Sidharth Malhotra is back with yet another brilliant performance with Mission Majnu. The movie is streaming on Netflix. Directed by Shantanu Bagchi, the film stars Sidharth Malhotra, Rashmika Mandanna, Parmeet Sethi, Sharib Hashmi, and Kumud Mishra in pivotal roles.
Mission Majnu Story
Based in the year 1974, the story revolves around an undercover R&AW agent, Tariq, aka Amandeep Singh (Sidharth Malhotra), staying in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. After stalling India’s attempt to become nuclear power in 1974, Pakistan started its illegal activities to become a nuclear nation. Pakistan illegally imports raw materials from various countries and Uranium from Africa to make a nuclear weapon.
Tariq, who has the tag of being a traitor’s son, has been assigned to find the location where nuclear activities are taking place and expose Pakistan. Parmeet Sethi is playing R&AW chief R.N Kao. In this mission, Tariq is joined by other undercover agents, Sharib Hashmi and Kumud Mishra. He is in love with a blind Pakistani girl Nasreen played by Rashmika Mandanna. Will Tariq and the team succeed in the mission, or destiny has some other plans for them? Watch the film to find out.
Mission Majnu Review
First thing first, Mission Majnu is no Shershaah. It was a biopic, and this is inspired by true events. One common thing in both movies is Sidharth Malhotra’s brilliant performance. He has been exceptional in the role of an undercover agent. His expressions are top-notch. Rashmika Mandanna also played her part with utmost honesty. Though her role was short, she was impressive. Sharib Hashmi and Kumud Mishra nailed their act. The first half of the film is a little slow as a build-up for the exciting second half. The background score is thrilling. A couple of songs, Maati Ko Maa Kehte Hai and Rabba Janda are good.
Overall, Mission Majnu is a brilliant spy thriller with some amazing performances and engaging plot. We give the film 4 stars out of 5.