Mera Fauji Calling Review moviesda filmy4web
The story revolves around the families of the martyrs struggling to endure tragedy in their lives. Mera Fauji Calling ‘is the story of an army officer, Rajveer Singh (Ranjha Vikram Singh), and his family wife Witness Year’s daughter Aradhya (Mahi Soni) and mother (Zarina Wahab) who live in a rural area of Jharkhand. One unfortunate night, Aradhya got injured after a nightmare and she is suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Unfortunately, this heartbreaking dream of her father’s death comes true and her mother and grandmother hide their pain because they don’t want Aradhya to be reunited. When everyone has lost hope, their guardian angel Abhishek (Sharman Joshi) comes, who spreads positivity around them. Writer-director Aryan Saxena’s film is likely to deal with the sensitive situation that the Indian Army’s family in the Army is in, but it turns out to be a frustration as it is ruthlessly effective.
The first half of the movie is slow and takes a lot of time to consider creating a consistent plot. The latter half, however, picks up speed and the screenplay begins to develop a little more emotionally. Ranja Vikram Singh (who is also a producer) has played an important role as an army officer Rajveer Singh. His romantic scenes seem more realistic than his choreographed action sequences.
Bidita Bag has a lot of potentials and gets all her emotions right; Be it someone who has lost her husband or a mother who constantly puts a cheerful face in front of her daughter. Newcomer Mahi Soni has left an impressive mark with her innocent looks and varied feelings. Sharman Joshi even felt his presence in the role of Abhishek.