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Attack Full Movie – John A, Jacqueline

Attack is a 2022 Indian Hindi-language technological know-how fiction action film directed by way of Lakshya Raj Anand, who co-wrote the movie with Sumit Batheja and Vishal Kapoor, primarily based on a tale through John Abraham, who stars in the movie along with Jacqueline Fernandez and Rakul Preet Singh, with Prakash Raj and Ratna Pathak Shah in supporting roles.

Released Date

Attack film becomes at the beginning scheduled for theatrical beginning global on 14 August 2020. However, it changed into not on time due to the capturing suspension. It turned into scheduled for release on 28 January 2022, however, it turned into postponed due to the surge in Omicron variant cases. It became theatrically released on 1 April 2022.

Boxoffice Collection

₹7.51 crore (2days)
(Attack earned ₹220 crores at the domestic box office on its establishing day)

 

Attack – Official Trailer – John A, Jacqueline F – April 1st, 2022

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Cast Of Attack

  • John Abraham as Arjun Shergill, India’s first super-soldier
  • Jacqueline Fernandez as Ayesha, Arjun’s love interest
  • Rakul Preet Singh as Dr. Sabaha Qureshi
  • Prakash Raj as Vadraj Kumar Subramaniam
  • Ratna Pathak Shah as Shanti Shergill, Arjun’s mom
  • Elham Ehsas as Hamid Gul
  • Ranjit Kapoor as Home Minister
  • Kiran Kumar as Indian Army Chief
  • Habib Al Aidroos as Rehman Gul
  • Mir Mehroos as Young Hamid Gul
  • Jaimini Pathak as Negotiator
  • Babrak Akbari as Mustafa
  • Nimish Desai as Prime Minister
  • Ashish Nijhawan as Hussain
  • Shahnawaz Bhatt as Saqlain
  • Vikas Tomar as Home Minister’s Assistant
  • Ranjit Punia as CRPF Officer
  • Ranjeet Singh as RAF Officer
  • Karan Mehta as Shahid

Production

Principal pictures began in January 2020. Production changed into put-on maintenance in March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The shooting resumed in February 2021.

Critical response

The Attack received mixed evaluations from critics with rewards closer to John Abraham’s performance, action sequences, new ideas, and visuals while criticizing the screenplay. Rachana Dubey of The Times of India gave the movie a score of 3.5 and wrote “Attack: Part One, is a fascinating watch, from beginning to finish”. Grace Cyril of India Today gave the movie a score of 3/5 and wrote “Attack stands well with its VFX and new principles, all lined in a layer of slick current sci-fi”. Avinash Lohana of Pinkvilla gave the film a score of three/five and wrote “Keep an open mind, don’t compare, and give the movie a risk. You might like it”. Bharathi Pradhan of Lehren gave the film a score of 3/5 and wrote “John may additionally take a bow because he is one of the producers of the film and has been credited with the story idea too”. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama gave the movie a score of three/5 and wrote “ATTACK – PART 1 works due to the radical concept, action, VFX, and John Abraham’s extremely good performance”. Rohit Bhatnagar of The Free Press Journal gave the film a score of 3/five and wrote “‘Attack – Part 1’ might be a starting of a brand new technology within the Hindi movie industry simplest in case you ignore the lengthy listing of loopholes and cliché sequences”.

Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV gave the film a rating of two.Five/5 and wrote, “To the credit of director Lakshya Raj Anand, the fast-paced hostage drama stops brief of being a dreadful assault at the senses”. Shubhra Gupta of Indian Express gave the film a rating of two.Five/five and wrote, “We understand precisely how matters will pan out, no stress at the brain. Everything is simple, no complex characters, no morally ambiguous conditions”. Shubham Kulkarni of Koimoi gave the film a rating of 2/5 and wrote “Lakshya Raj Anand only specializes in the war sequences and the whole lot that happens among them looks lazy”. Tatham Mukherjee of Firstpost gave the film a score of one/five and wrote “Whatever is probably the measures taken through an in advance John Abraham film, there seems to be a renewed bloodlust in Attack, that’s actively seeking to court the ‘hundreds’ of Uri: The Surgical Strike and The Kashmir Files”.