Mission Majnu movie is about a spy who infiltrates Pakistan’s nuclear programme while posing as a civilian. Shantanu Bagchi’s period picture lacks the intensity necessary for a tale like this. He portrays Amandeep Singh, a Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) spy who has to go undercover to learn information that might give India an advantage against Pakistan. The latest Netflix teaser demonstrates the extent to which his character must go in order to complete his task.
Here’s the trailer of the movie:
Mission Majnu, a film by Shantanu Bagchi, is based on actual incidents that occurred in the 1970s. The trailer begins with a Parmeet Sethi-played figure pleading with the prime minister of India to locate the nuclear facility in Pakistan immediately. He advises using a covert operative to acquire information. Sidharth portrays the “simple” tailor who travels to and from important locations to inform India. This important project is known as “Mission Majnu.”
As part of Sidharth’s cover story, Rashmika Mandanna plays the role of his wife in the movie. His persona seems to become a little too at ease while operating covertly. The trailer also shows the physical lengths he must to to locate the facility, even risking his life to obtain the crucial details.
Mission Majnu, which also stars Sharib Hashmi and Kumud Mishra, was written by Sumit Batheja, Parveez Shaikh, and Aseem Arrora. In this historical play, Rashmika and Sidharth are matched for the first time. While the remainder of the picture about discovering the facility lacks the apparent drama required for a high-stakes subject like this, the stunts and action in the second half feel a touch over the top.
The Netflix version of Mission Majnu will debut on January 20, 2023.