The trailer of Mission Mangal, featuring Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sharman Joshi, Nithya Menen, and Kirti Kulhari has quite recently hit the web.
Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan Mission Mangal Trailer Launched
The film tells the story of how India made excellent accomplishments in space with the Mars Orbiter Mission. Jagan Shakti’s Mission Mangal will deliver the nation’s first interplanetary mission.
The trailer starts with Akshay Kumar’s voiceover, “There is no science without trial.” The 2 minute and 52-second trailer demonstrates the assurance of a group of researchers from various foundations, who fight all chances to launch the Mars Orbiter Mission.
There is a line in the trailer that says “The sky isn’t the point of confinement”, and surely, the researchers will not lose expectation on account of Akshay Kumar’s certain cheer and assurance and prevail in their central goal. En route, the group stresses over whether they have the accounts and experience for it and need to confront steady disheartening remarks from seniors. However, such’s well, closes well. The trailer closes with Akshay Kumar saying gladly, “Poori duniya se kaho, duplicate that!” There is the mark tune of Vande Mataram.
The Mars Orbiter Mission was launched from the Sriharikota spaceport on November 5, 2013, and put itself into the Martian circle on September 24, 2014, on its first effort. Even though its main goal life was relied upon to be a half year, the satellite finished 1000 days in its circle in June 2017 and even now contributes science information from Mars.
In an earlier tweet, Akshay revealed that he chose Mission Mangal specially for his daughter and children her age and to “familiarise them with the incredible true story of India’s mission to Mars”.
He had written, “For several years, Hollywood made movies and TV shows like Star Trek, Star Wars, Gravity etc. This inspired an entire generation of inventors, scientists and explorers. I have always wanted to be part of one such movie… A movie that inspires our future generations… One that celebrates imagination and curiosity.”
“Mission Mangal is that film for me… A film that I hope, will inspire as much as it will entertain. Based on the incredible true story of India’s mission to Mars, Mission Mangal is a film about ordinary people achieving the extraordinary… A story that proves that creativity, ideas and dreams have no limit… just like the sky! This Independence Day, the sky is not the limit,” he added.
Mission Mangal is going to hit the screens on 15th August, which is going to clash with John Abraham’s Batla House.