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Tigmanshu Dhulia has chosen to narrate an incredibly interesting anecdote from our freedom struggle. The hard work of his four-member research team and two-member writing team is evident, even if the movie feels similar to A Few Good Men in treatment.
Raag Desh recreates an important chapter of Indian history. Best part is, it does so with great detail and authenticity.
This 137-minute soldier versus traitor story is totally worth your time.
At 137 minutes, [Raag Desh] provides an absorbing account of a fascinating and underexplored chapter of the freedom struggle.
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