Unbelievable Twist! Vidyut Jammwal’s IB71 shocks fans as he breaks free from physical combat in this mind-bending thriller!

IB71, a spy thriller, premiered in theatres over the weekend, joining many films and TV series that dealt with the Indo-Pak conflict of 1971. In the film, Vidyut Jammwal plays Dev – a superspy who advises an air blockade of India to stop Pakistan from contacting China. The hijacking scheme itself seems interesting in theory, but its implementation is characterised as basic and complicated, like something out of a comic book.

Actor Vidyut Jammwal, who portrays Dev, is no rookie to action movies, but he only has a few chances to show off his chops in IB71. While Jammwal did direct a few exciting car chases, one critic was disappointed that he wasn’t given any opportunities to showcase combat bad guys.

The movie’s saving grace is the supporting actors, notably Awasthi, the senior intelligence officer, and his team, who work in unison with the spies to outwit the Pakistani establishment. Some of the film’s best parts are when they get into the enemy’s base and even get to see President Bhutto.

The fast-paced storey and polished aesthetics of IB71 help to distract from the film’s shortcomings. Although its attempt to show the war from the perspective of intelligence personnel and spies is admirable, the film fails to provide a convincing account of the conflict.

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