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1971 Beyond Borders FDFS: LIVE Review From Theatre!

Mohanlal's 1971 Beyond Borders has hit the theatres today (April 07, 2017). Read the LIVE review of 1971 Beyond Borders here...

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1971 Beyond Borders, the Mohanlal starre is making a big release today. The movie, directed by Major Ravi is a big budget venture and expectations are sky high on this war drama, which is expected to deliver another big hit for Mohanlal.

Here we go... LIVE review of 1971 Beyond Borders from Lakshmi Theatre, Bangalore...

9.50 AM: A pretty good theatre status for 1971 Beyond Borders, that too for a morning show in a centre outside Kerala... Speaks a lot about the star power of Mohanlal...

9.55 AM: The show is expected to begin by 10 AM #1971BeyondBorders

10.01 AM: And the show begins... A loud round of applause for the crowd's favourite Lalettan...

10.04 AM: Well, there is a reason for Mammootty fans to cheer... #1971BeyondBorders

10.14 AM: A good thought to begin with on humanity and peace...

10.23 AM: One of the most awaited scenes of the movie... Major Sahadevan's entry...

10.38 AM: The song Oru Vaakkinal has been well-picturised.... But the placement of the song affects the pace of the movie a bit...

10.51 AM: Expecting some well-shot war scenes in 1971 Beyond Borders...

10.57 AM: Certain sequences are a repetition of what we saw in Major Ravi's previous movies...

11.01 AM: Back in action... The film regains the pace!!

11.08 AM: Mohanlal's Sahadevan is in full form... Real fiery dialogues that boost the movie...

11.10 AM: And it's half time for 1971 Beyond Borders...

So far, it is an average fare with the film losing pace here and there... Certain sequences would remind you of Major Ravi's earlier movies... But Mohanlal is in full form as Major Sahadevan and he has shouldered many of the scenes in the movie...

Well, the end portions of the first half of 1971 Beyond Borders are promising and if the movie maintains the momentum in the second half, we shall definitely have a good movie in hands...

11.22 AM: Major Ravi has crafted a really touching emotional scene here...

11.30 AM: Mohanlal driving a military tank on his own... Impressive..!!

11.34 AM: Oh no... It is hard to understand why songs are being placed in the most appropriate way... Simply hampering the flow of the movie...

11.41 AM: Some riveting moments on screens... #1971BeyondBorders

11.44 AM: The much-talked about action sequences involving military tanks have been shot extremely well in 1971 Beyond Borders...

11.51 AM: Arunoday Singh is mighty impressive and he is so far the best among the supporting actors in 1971 Beyond Borders...

12.03 PM: For all those who have seen movies like LOC Kargil and Border, the war sequences in 1971 Beyond Borders would be a disappointing fare...

12.17 PM: Underlying message of 1971 Beyond Borders is an inspiring one

12.22 PM: And that is an end to the movie...

Altogether 1971 Beyond Borders is really an average fare with some glimpses of brilliance here and there... Despite having a good message to deliver, the film falters in many places...

But still, Mohanlal and Arunoday Singh are mighty impressive and they are the big positives of the movie....

The movie is based on the 1971 war between India and Pakistan. 1971 Beyond Borders is reported to be having a record release all over India. In Kerala alone, the movie will be screened in above 200 theatres and the movie will be eyeing to set some big box office records.

Mohanlal-Major Ravi team's previous two ventures Karmayodha and Kandahar failed to attract the audiences. Will the team get back to hits with 1971 Beyond Borders? Will 1971 Beyond Borders give Mohanlal the fourth blockbuster in a row? To get the answers, read our live review of 1971 Beyond Borders to get the answers...

Meanwhile, read on to know some of the interesting facts associated with 1971 Beyond Borders..

Fourth Outing Of Mahadevan

The character Mahadevan makes a return with 1971 Beyond Borders. This is the fourth film featuring this particular character with the previous ones being Keerthichakra, Kurukshethra, Kandahar etc. With this, the series of films featuring this character has equaled the records of Mammootty's CBI series.

Mohanlal In Dual Roles

Mohanlal will be seen playing dual roles in 1971 Beyond Borders. The actor will be seen as Colonel Mahadevan and his father Major Sahadevan in this film. The actor will also be seen in a different getup while playing the older version of Major Sahadevan.

Nikki Galrani Was The Initial Choice For A Role

Popular actress Nikki Galrani was supposed to play the love interest of Allu Sirish in the movie. But, the actress had to opt out of the movie due to her busy schedule. The actress was later replaced by Srushti Dange

Mammootty's Presence In 1971 Beyond Borders

Well, Megastar Mammootty is also a part of 1971 Beyond Borders. Reportedly, the actor will be a part of the movie as a narrator and has lend his voice for the movie.

Mohanlal Drove An Army Tank In Real

The film, which is a war drama is expected to have some well-shot war sequences. Reportedly, for one of the sequences, Mohanlal did drive an original military tank in real. In fact, he became the first actor to drive a real military tank.

Shot In Various Locations

1971 Beyond Borders was shot in various locations like Rajasthan, Punjab, Georgia, Kerala etc. The filming continued even under risky circumstances. In fact, certain war sequences of the movie were shot by erecting a set in Perumbavoor.

Allu Sirish's Mollywood Debut

Allu Sirish, the younger brother of Tollywood superstar Allu Arjun is making his debut with this film. Earlier, the names of many other actors were doing the rounds for this particular role, but later the makers confirmed Allu Sirish to do an important role in the movie.

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