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Airlift [2016] [Asia] [India] [Bluray 720p] [ShAaNiG] [1300MB] [Google Drive]

Airlift [2016] [Asia] [India] [Bluray 720p] [ShAaNiG] [1300MB] [Google Drive]

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"Airlift is a 2016 Indian war thriller film directed by Raja Krishna Menon, starring Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur. The script, written by Raja Krishna Menon developed the idea after studying the whole incident of the war, and which he subsequently expanded. The film follows Ranjit Katyal (Akshay Kumar), a Kuwait-based businessman, as he carries out the evacuation of Indians based in Kuwait during the Invasion of Kuwait by Saddam Hussein's Iraq.

With a budget of ₹300 million (US$4.5 million), the film premiered worldwide on 22 January 2016. The marketing of the film played an important role in the film's promotion and collaborated with the flight company Air India, who had a major contribution in the evacuation of record-breaking number of Indians during the war."


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"The film opens in Kuwait, August 1990, with Indian businessman Ranjit Katiyal (Akshay Kumar) clinching a business deal with the Emir of Kuwait. Ranjit is a ruthless businessman who will go to any lengths to make a profit. He is successful and well connected in Kuwait and Iraq and calls himself a Kuwaiti and is generally derisive towards Indians. He has a well-appointed mansion in Kuwait and makes a happy home with his wife Amrita (Nimrat Kaur) and little daughter Simu.

Late that evening he receives a word that Iraq has attacked Kuwait. He explains that Iraq and Kuwait have had tense relations: Iraq owes a large dollar debt to Kuwait and Saddam has urged the Kuwaiti establishment to reduce oil supply so prices can rise. When Kuwait refused and remained defiant Saddam ordered the attack. At this point, Ranjit believes the attack is one of the many minor border skirmishes. He asks Amrita to take the child away to London for a few days until things cool down.

In short order he discovers Iraqi soldiers are overrunning Kuwait and plundering the city and indiscriminately targeting and murdering Kuwaiti citizens. Ranjit and Nair, his Indian driver, drive to the Indian Embassy. They are stopped by angry teenage Iraqi soldiers and when Nair begins pleading in Arabic he is shot dead. Ranjit manages to reach the Embassy. The consul, a friend of Ranjit, explains that the Kuwaiti government has fled and Kuwaiti money is now worthless. The 170,000 Indians in Kuwait are now refugees until India decides its policy.

Ranjit is pulled out at a checkpost and taken to the Emir palace. Iraqi Major Khalaf (Inaamulhaq) is now in charge. He chides Ranjit for not remembering him from his previous visits to Iraq. He explains that Iraq has always enjoyed good relations with India and now he extends his own personal friendship to Ranjit by which he means Ranjit should transact business with him; business now includes supplies, transport out of Kuwait and anything else that may be needed. Ranjit hurries home; his mansion is looted but his wife and child are safe at his office. Ranjit meets with his friends and one of them owns a supermarket. After some initial confusion, he manages to convince them to stay together. A makeshift camp is set up at a nearby school and some 500 Indians move in. Amrita urges Ranjit to use his clout to extricate his own family but Ranjit, who ordinarily would have just looked to himself, appears to have a change of heart.

Ranjit decides to stay and help others get out. He eventually discovers that the Indian Embassy has been evacuated as well. He phones the Indian External Affairs Ministry in New Delhi where he reaches Joint Secretary Kohli who, as is common in the Ministry, redirects him to another officer. As Ranjit is trying to reach someone the camp is looted by Iraqi soldiers. Ranjit reaches the Major who explains that his soldiers need food and may return again. The Major also reveals that Saddam has already permitted Indians to leave Kuwait. Ranjit goes to Baghdad to try and set up a way out of Kuwait.

Arriving in Baghdad Ranjit discovers that the Indian Embassy is of no help. The consul explains that they cannot issue passports since many others – Bangladeshis – use war as a convenient excuse to claim Indian nationality. Kuwaitis in Iraq have also fled. The only remaining option, Iraqi Foreign Minister Aziz is somewhat helpful. He is a friend of Ranjit and is sympathetic to the cause. He discloses that an Indian merchant ship is due to arrive in Iraq and he will tacitly permit the 500 Indians to leave on the ship. But as soon as the buses are loaded and ready to leave Ranjit receives the news that there is a UN embargo and ships are barred from entering or leaving Iraq. One of Ranjit's cantankerous employees rails against him. Amrita comes to his defense and after a loud argument, everyone is resolutely supportive of Ranjit.

Ranjit continues to keep in touch with the Indian Ministry officer Kohli but Kohli is somewhat of a sluggard. But when his own father recounts their tale of woe during the partition of India, Kohli awakens and begins to actively petition the Minister. The Minister, half in frustration and half in agreement, asks Kohli to handle it. Kohli approaches Air India (then national airline) and orchestrates an evacuation of the 170,000 Indians in Kuwait.

Ranjit bluffs and threatens the Major to get him to let them leave. Kohli pleads and wrangles the Indian establishment to get the Amman Embassy to issue permits. When Ranjit finally loads up the Indians and leaves he encounters hostile Iraqi soldiers who stop him at a border checkpoint and threaten to kill Amrita. Ranjit fights them off when he finds the Indian contingent right behind him. The Iraqi soldier drops his weapons and lets them pass. They all arrive in Jordan and the Amman Embassy receives word in the nick of time to let them leave for India. Kohli has successfully negotiated safe passage of all the Indians. Air India supplies the planes and the pilots, previously unwilling to fly over war zones, have had a change of heart towards their brethren. The Indian tricolor is hoisted over the Jordan airport and the film ends as the Indians salute Ranjit as they board the planes that will take them home."



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Airlift [2016 India]

Durasi: 130 Minutes Genre: Action, Drama, History, Thriller Rating IMDB: 8,6 dari 10
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Director: Raja Menon
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Casts: Akshay Kumar, Nimrat Kaur, Sameer Ali Khan, Taranjit Kaur
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