Pippa First Review: Ishaan Khatter’s War Drama Is A ‘Fantastic Film’ With Music That ‘Thrills & Kills’

Ishaan Khatter’s Pippa Review Out

Shahid Kapoor's little brother Ishaan Khatter has been making headlines ever since he made his big Bollywood debut with Beyond The Clouds in 2017. In his career so far, Ishaan has proved his mettle as a versatile actor. And now, Ishaan is making the headlines once again and this time for his upcoming movie Pippa which happens to be a biographical war drama based on the life of Captain Balram Singh Mehta and the battle of Garibpur during the Indo-Pak War of 1971.

Directed by Raj Krishna Menon, Pippa also stars Mrunal Thakur in the lead and has been creating immense buzz in the town ever since the trailer of the film has been released. To note Pippa will be releasing on Amazon Prime on November 10 and is said to be an untold story of a war hero. Ahead of the release of Pippa, Shahid's wife Mira Rajput, who is quit close to Ishaan, attended the special screening of the film and has shared her review of this Raj Krishna Menon directorial.

Taking to her Instagram story, Mira was all praises for Pippa and called it a fantastic film. She wrote, "Take a bow Team PIPPA! Fantastic film with a thumping heart, grit, evocative emotion and sincerity. So proud of you @ishaankhatter! Target destroyed! Music that thrills & kills!"

Ishaan Khatter’s Pippa Review Out

To note, Pippa will mark Ishaan's first collaboration with Mrunal Thakur. Talking about the film, Ishaan called it an experience of a lifetime working with a PT-76 tank. He told the Indianexpress.com, "I will tell you an interesting story about PT-76. Like Raja said about how we resurrected it, but its life was literally up till we did the last shot with it. As we were doing the last show, the hull blew up and black smoke started coming out of the tank. Now, I was in the middle of a 100-ft deep lake on the tank. When the thing blew up, we were like, 'Oh ok, that's a problem.' We had to turnaround, come back on land. Our driver was Mondala sahab, a soldier in his 60s, he was recruited in 1972, and he drove the real tank for us in the film. He came out and said, 'Sir, iska toh hogaya.' It has breathed its last in the last shot, and now it has gone. It only came alive to give us the movie!"

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