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Raazi Full Movie [2018] Online Leaked for Watch & Download HD

Raazi Full Movie [2018] Online Leaked for Watch & Download HD
Raazi is an 2018 Hindi spy movie, directed by Meghna Gulzar. Stars Alia Bhatt and Vicky Kaushal. written by Meghna Gulzar, produced by Vineet Jain, Karan Johar, Hiroo Yash Johar and Apoorva Mehta, Music by Gulzar and Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy, Production company Junglee Pictures and Dharma Productions. Film Distributed by AA Films, Budget 40 crore, Running time 140 minutes, Language Hindi, Country India and Release date 11 May 2018.


Raazi Full Movie [2018] Online Leaked for Watch & Download HD



Story
The film opens with a senior Indian Army Officer Lt. Gen. Bakshi addressing a group of soldiers on board the INS Viraat. The story flashes to the events preceding the 1971 India-Pakistan war. Sehmat is a college student from Kashmir. Her father and grandfather were Indian freedom fighters. She learns of her father's impending death from cancer and his last wish for her to continue the family tradition of being in service to the country. She is soon to get married to an officer, the son of an Army Brigadier in the Pakistani Army, who is promoted to Major General. A few days before the marriage ceremony, Sehmat is hastily trained by members of RAW, India's external intelligence agency, in various skills required to be a spy.

While being trained at RAW, Sehmat learns the contact numbers to be used in future while contacting anyone from Pakistan. She practices converting text information to morse code, which she had to use while transmitting information to India.

After the marriage and migration to Pakistan, Sehmat quickly settles into her married life, adjusts to a new country, and establishes the trust and confidence of her in-laws. She also falls in love with her husband Iqbal, though she shortly establishes communication channels with her handlers back in India and starts relaying information. Eventually, she spots information related to the planning of some sort of offensive against India and, at great risk, is able to gather the necessary details and pass them on to her handlers.

It turns out that this information points to a possible attack on the Indian aircraft carrier INS Vikrant, then deployed in the Bay of Bengal. The storyline suggests that this information provided one of the initial warnings to the threat which could have some bearing on the sinking of the submarine PNS Ghazi off Visakhapatnam's coast.

Toward the end, Sehmat is discovered as a spy but manages to escape with the help of her handlers, at the cost of Iqbal's death. She ultimately returns to India, after which it is discovered that she is pregnant with Iqbal's child. She says that she will raise the boy alone; the boy, Samar Syed, later joins the Indian Army.




Songs:
01 Ae Watan (Male Version)
by Arijit Singh here

02 Dilbaro
by Harshdeep Kaur,  Vibha Saraf,  Shankar Mahadevan here

03 Raazi
by Arijit Singh here

04 Ae Watan (Female Version)
by Sunidhi Chauhan here



Cast:
Alia Bhatt as Sehmat Khan
Vicky Kaushal as Iqbal Syed
Jaideep Ahlawat as Khalid Mir
Rajit Kapur as Hidayat Khan, Sehmat's father
Shishir Sharma as Brigadier Syed
Soni Razdan as Teji Khan
Amruta Khanvilkar as Munira
Arif Zakaria as Abdul
Ashwath Bhatt as Mehboob Syed
Aman Vasishth as Nikhil Bakshi
Rajesh Jais as Sarwar
Kanwaljit Singh as older Nikhil Bakshi
Sanjay Suri as Samar Syed
Pallavi Batra as Mitali




REVIEW:
Raazi marks another step in the right direction for Alia. It required her to be restrained and mature, and she simply grabbed the opportunity with both hands.

Raazi doesn’t try to be very cerebral and that works tremendously in its favour. The tactics of espionage are explained in the simplest manner. Also, the film chronicles a time where a lot depended on the agent’s mental prowess than the technological advancements. That way, actors also get a chance to explore their abilities.

Though Meghna’s comments on war, cross-border activities are very simplistic and obvious, she reinforces them for us with stretched scenes. She leaves her subtlety, the highlight of Raazi, towards the end, and makes her intentions known in as many words. However, her change of stance comes late in the 140-minute film, and by then, the audiences would have made up their mind.

Alia’s Sehmat is far from the glamourised version of spies you usually find in Hindi films. She is gritty yet tears up frequently. She blinks before the opponent and acts faster than expected. She is lethal, but it’s not in her habit. Like other girls of her age, she also has desires, but they don’t dilute her determination. Her transformation is not dramatic, but a natural progression in dangerous circumstances.

You remember Talvar? Meghna concentrated on getting to a conclusion through a conversation. She presented her narrative through dialogue between all the parties. There wasn’t any definitive theory, at least in the beginning. In a way, she adopts a similar strategy in Raazi: She places her lead in adverse situations without making anyone the villain. She lets us take sides.

Vicky Kaushal’s Iqbal, Alia’s husband in the film, is the most transparent of the lot. He is yet to understand the situation in its entirety and that makes his situation worse than Sehmat. Such finesse in character graphs makes Raazi a powerful drama.

Bhavani Iyer and Meghna Gulzar’s detailed screenplay slowly grows on us. It begins like Minecraft and every block finds its place as the game proceeds. Like pottery, Meghna supports the base first and then engraves it with colourful designs. In the process, actors like Jaideep Ahlawat and Vicky Kaushal showcase their calibre.

Box-office collection:

Raazi box office collection: While Meghna Gulzar directorial Raazi featuring Alia Bhatt has already earned over Rs 100 crore in the domestic market, it recently crossed the benchmark of Rs 200 crore worldwide.

2018 has been a good year for Bollywood films until now in terms of box office numbers. The list of movies entering the 100 crore club is on the rise. Also, female-centric movies are clear winners as they continue their winning streak at the ticket counters. Padmaavat, Hichki, Raazi and Veere Di Wedding, all have had a good run. While Meghna Gulzar directorial Raazi has already earned over Rs 100 crore in the domestic market, it recently crossed the benchmark of Rs 200 crore worldwide.

The film’s global box office collection was shared by producer Karan Johar on his official Twitter handle. He tweeted, “A PROUD FILM!!! 207 crores GROSS WORLDWIDE!”. Alia’s Raazi became the first female-led film in the last five years to have more than Rs 100 crore in its kitty. In the Indian market, it has earned Rs 122.07 crore.



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