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1971 Beyond Borders Movie Review

1971 Beyond Borders is a much-awaited movie this month which hit the theaters on this month. As the title itself suggests, the movie is a war backdrop film featuring Mohanlal in the lead role under the direction of Major Ravi. The film is a big budget movie as it a 1971 war concept film.
Tollywood Actor Allu Sirish, Arunoday Singh, Asha Sarath, Renji Panicker, Sudheer Karamana, Saiju Kurup, Jayakrishnan, ManiKuttan, etc. played vital roles in the movie. Mohanlal is playing the role of well-popular Major Mahadevan.
This is the fourth story preceded by Keerthi Chakra in 2006, Kurukshetra in 2008, Kandahar in 2010. Sujith Vasudevan is the cinematographer whereas Haneef Mohammed is bankrolling the project. Mohanlal’s Latest Movie Beyond Borders becomes the high budget movie to be released in a large 200 number of theaters in Kerala itself.

1971 Beyond Borders Movie Cast & Crew 

  • Movie Title: 1971 Beyond Borders
  • Cast: Mohanlal, Allu Sirish, Arunoday Singh, Asha Sharath, Renji Panicker, Sudheer Karamana, Saiju Kurup, Devan, etc.
  • Director: Major Ravi
  • Producer: Haneef Mohammed
  • Music Directors: Siddharth Vipin, Rahul Subramanian, Najim Arshad, and Gopi Sunder (Score)
  • Release Date: 7th April 2017
  • Genre: War/ Action / Family
  • Run Time: 2 hours 15 minutes 46 seconds

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1971 Beyond Borders Movie Plot

The movie is a prequel to the 2008 released Kurukshetra movie and is based on the real incidents took place in India-Pakistan war occurred in 1971. Mohanlal plays the roles of both Major Mahadevan and his father character Colonel Sahadevan. Veteran actress/dancer Asha Sharath portrayed the role of Mahadevan’s mother.

Going deep into the 1971 Beyond Borders Movie Review Tollywood actor Allu Sirish made a debut into the Malayalam Movie Industry with this movie. Bollywood actor Arunoday Singh also played a vital role in the film. The film majorly depicts the personal lives of the soldiers. It showcases the family and love lives of the soldiers who stay at the borders far from their families.

Cast Performance:
A great surprise in the movie for the fans is Mammootty is also a part of the film as he lent his voice to give the background voice. Mohanlal is the heart of the movie who singlehandedly runs the story. Allu Sirish did a good job even though it’s his debut. The emotional scenes in the film are a worth watch.
Technical Aspects:
Director Major Ravi executed the script well. He beautifully portrayed the relationships of soldiers with their respective families. As the film revolves around war sequences, most of the shooting took place in Rajasthan, Punjab, Georgia, Kerala and also some places in Perumbavoor. Producer Haneef  Mohammed invested without compromising at any point. The music directors did well in making the war scenes much more amazing with their background score.

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 Plus Points:
  • Cast performance
  • Screenplay
  • Background score
  • War scenes
Minus Points:
  • Story

1971 Beyond Borders Movie Review & Rating:3.5/5

Judgement :

1971 Beyond Borders Movie is an action drama with beautifully embedded Family sentiments. The cast worked hard along with the team and made the movie even more pleasing. Including all the theaters national wide, the film was released in over 405 theaters in almost all the key cities in Kerala, Chennai, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Gujarat, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Delhi, NCR, Punjab, Dehradun, Nashik, Nagpur, Pune, Madhya Pradesh, Kolkata, Orissa and Goa.

As the movie is a huge budget one, it must do well at the box office to earn profits.Finally, 1971 Beyond Borders is an action packed, well executed, war backdrop movie. The cast and crew kept their maximum effort in making the film and the audience response would prove that .

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