Rocketry Movie Review: This film of Madhavan will leave the theaters and will accompany you to your home…

Rocketary Movie Review in Hindi: Watching films in India has a different taste and perhaps this is the reason that every Friday many films are released among the audience. We have been watching these release films for years, but there is hardly a chance when the story coming on the screen goes through your eyes and goes down to your heart. When after watching a movie you feel that ‘Bhai wah, fun aa gaya…’ or when you wipe your tears again and again silently in the darkness of the theatre, for fear that someone might see you crying. One such occasion is the screening of the film ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’, when you can feel all these emotions.

‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ is the story of the life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayan. Nambi Narayan is the same scientist who started working in liquid fuel rocketry when the country’s scientists were working on solids. Nambi was a scientist ahead of his time, a scientist who got a check from NASA with a salary of millions and turned down the offer just because he had to work in his country’s ISRO. Nambi was the scientist who brought equipment worth 400 million pounds to the country for free. But this same Nambi was implicated in the charge of treason and kept in jail for 60 days, his family had to face humiliation for years. Director R Madhavan has beautifully portrayed the story of this humiliation and inhumanity with an unusual talent rich scientist.

Madhavan’s strong shoulders are in charge
From writing the story of this film to its execution and bringing alive Nambi Narayan’s acting on screen, all the responsibilities rest with R. Madhavan lifts it on his shoulder. In terms of acting, Rocketry will always be named at the top of the most brilliant films of Madhavan’s life. From the youth of the scientist Narayan to his old age, he has been portrayed on the screen in a wonderful way. Not only Madhavan, all the actors who are seen with him on screen have been seen as characters. While you will love Madhavan on one hand, you will also hate the madness towards his work in one scene.

Actress Simran is seen in the role of Madhavan’s wife.

Although in the initial part of this film, rocket science has been talked about in depth, which may be a bit cumbersome for the audience. Another problem that I encountered is a large part of it being in English. Even after being released in Hindi, the entire sequence and a large part of Princeton University is in English and the audience will have to rely on the sub-titles. However, the other aspect is that it brings authenticity to the story. Hindi speaking characters have not been created in this film just to make people understand. This seems to be a big reason for me that this film could not reach a large section of the Hindi-patti.

In fact, often when it comes to ‘patriotism’ or ‘patriotism’, we are often shown the story of policemen or soldiers fighting on the border of the country. But with this film you will also realize that you don’t have to live just on the borders to show ‘Deshprem’. The person who works for his country while doing your work with complete sincerity is equally a great patriot. This special scientist of ISRO, whom even Kalam does not understand, the brutality with which he is killed in police custody is going to give goosebumps. There are some scenes in this film that will fill you with shudder.

Talking about the film, it is also necessary to mention Shahrukh Khan, who has been seen as the facilitator of this whole story. Shahrukh leaves an impact in this cameo as well. I think the biggest success of any cinema is when the film being watched in theaters goes out with you and reaches your home. But director R.K., who beautifully portrays the story of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayan Madhavan’s film ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ can go with you not only to home but even to your dreams. I think ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ is a story that should be shown to people in schools, colleges and everywhere, so that people can decide how they should choose their heroes. In my opinion this story is given 4 stars.

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