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Mohanlal’s latest movie 1971: Beyond Borders has hit the silver screens on Friday. Directed by Major Ravi, the film will see Mohanlal in two roles – as Major Mahadevan and Major Sahadevan. 1971 Beyond Borders is the fourth instalment of Major Mahadevan series. The first three instalments in the series were Keerthichakra, Kurukshetra, and Kandahar.
Beyond Borders, a prequel to Kurukshetra, is based on the true events of the 1971 India-Pakistan war. Mohanlal plays a double role, one as iconic Major Mahadevan and as his dad Colonel Sahadevan.Asha Sharath, the popular actress-dancer appears as Major Sahadevan’s wife and Colonel Mahadevan’s mother, in the movie. 1971 Beyond Borders 1st Day Collection
Mohanlal’s 1971: Beyond Borders aims to beat The Great Father’s record by releasing in 200 screens
1971 Beyond Borders 1st Day Collection : 4.19 crores*
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1971: Beyond Borders Synopsis: 1971: Beyond Borders is an upcoming war drama film written and directed by Major Ravi. It is the fourth installment in the Major Mahadevan film series, with Mohanlal reprising his role as Major Mahadevan and an additional father character, Major Sahadevan. It also features Allu Sirish and Arunoday Singh.
1971: Beyond Borders Movie Review Highlights: The director invests the major portions of first half to flesh out an emotional layer by focusing on the family relationships of the soldiers – their love and values that though take a backseat at the war front. Mohanlal appears in two characters and three getups within the first 20 minutes before the flashback set in 1971 takes over. The drama portions though are a slight overdose but drives the point home that the director is focusing on showing a balanced view of war from the perspectives of both India and Pakistan soldiers. The tank sequences are a highlight.
1971: Beyond Borders Movie Review: The film though sometimes fails to be engaging as the story shuttles between soldiers of both sides – their problems in the family as well as their worries on the battlefield, and that takes the punch away from the script. However, by the end of the film it’s clear that’s exactly what the director wanted to focus on instead of playing to the gallery. The film puts across the message that fighting wars for “borders and orders” robs away so many lives needlessly.