Mission Mangal Movie Plot
The movie Mission Mangal is based on a truly inspirational life story of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and based on the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), aka Mangalyaan. The movie Mission Mangal stars Akshay Kumar, Taapsee Pannu, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharman Joshi. The movie Mission Mangal is directed by Jagan Shakti and written by R. Balki. The movie Mission Mangal is produced by R. Balki. The movie Mission Mangal is about the team at ISRO conceptualizing, planning and implementing on a mission of successfully sending off the auto rickshaw-sized satellite out of Earth’s orbit and into Mars’, a journey of 660 million km and 300 days with a budget of $70 Million only whereas World’s biggest space research agencies like NASA mission cost US $671 million. After mission being amazingly successful and it brought a lot of attention and pride to our nation.
Akshay Kumar plays mission director whereas Vidya Balan will be seen as project director. Taapsee Pannu will be playing navigation and communication in-charge and Sonakshi Sinha is a propulsion control in the movie Mission Mangal. The teaser, of the movie Mission Mangal, was launched on July 9, and it was #1 on trending on youtube all over India for more than 3 days. The Mission Mangal is a highly patriotic movie of the Indian Space Research Organization who was responsible for sending India’s first unmanned satellite to Mars.
Mission Mangal Movie Reviews, And Ratings
The movie Mission Mangal will be released on 15 August 2019. We think the movie Mission Mangal is going to give us many crazy moments and bring a patriotism vibe in us. We highly recommend the movie and watch this movie with your friends and family and feel proud of the Indian first successful mission to Mars. Everyone hopes that this is Akshay’s other hit movie on his list. ISRO hopes good fate for Mission Mangal team and movie by tweeting ” As #ISRO prepares for landmark launch of #Chandrayaan2, #TeamISRO wishes @akshaykumar all the best for #MissionMangal and all his future endeavour “.
— ISRO (@isro) July 19, 2019
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