Rakshak: India’s Braves

Rakshak: India’s Braves
Rakshak: India’s Braves
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Rakshak: India’s Braves Story: Based on true events, the three-part series tracks Naib Subedar Sombir Singh and DYSP Aman Thakur as they valiantly tackle lethal terrorists in Kulgam district following the Pulwama attack.

This second chapter continues to honour the valour of the men in uniform who sacrificed their lives while fighting in close combat with A++ category terrorists (who are first on the hit list of security forces) in Kulgam district days after the unfortunate Pulwama Attack on an army convoy. The story begins with moments after the Pulwana attack, and early on, viewers are introduced to Naib Subedar Sombir Singh (Barun Sobti) and DYSP Aman Thakur’s (Vishwas Kini’s) friendship and fearless attitude towards life. The track remains realistic without falling into a temptation of showing a full-blown fight. Later, in a different way of storytelling, we see how Jammu & Kashmir police had managed to arrest for questioning some infiltrators from across the border who were planning another attack like that one happened before.

Ajay Bhuyan directs it while Animitra Chakravarti provides a tight screenplay so that your interest does not daudle for even thirty or forty minutes per episode. Then when all is set-up swiftly; things grow tenser and more interesting during action as chase sequences among soldiers versus terrorists plus face-offs begin occur. Nevertheless, during climax only this writer-director duo fails to do justice by creating suspense because you would be intrigued but instead kept hanging at edge. However if both die honorably fighting it is moving and inspiring. There are scenes where soldiers are shown about their daily activities around here such as taking care of family members just like other people do.

Barun Sobti had earlier acted as a cop in ‘Kohrra’ but this time his portrayal of a daring soldier was flawless. As a courageous J&K police officer, Vishwas Kini is brilliant. Noteworthy performances also come from Surbhi Chandna as Sombir’s wife Alka Singh who has limited screentime. Aayaam Mehta and Rajat Kaul playing the bad guys are believable though their characters could have been more fascinating.

The series ends similarly as ‘Rakshak: India’s Braves Chapter 1’ film by having brief conversations with real-life heroes’ families. If you love watching such stories that depict the courage of our men in uniform than this show is an absolute must watch for you.

So, on the whole, ‘Rakshak – India’s Braves: Chapter 2’ is an awesome tribute to Naib Subedar Sombir Singh and DYSP Aman Thakur which deserves watching.

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