The 21 days of lockdown has turned us to nothing but streaming platforms and everything and anything they have to offer to binge-watch. Currently, with the lockdown in the country, it’s quite obvious you’re done watching almost everything. While there have been many interesting shows and films coming up regularly that streaming platforms have to offer, this weekend try something new. With a list just lined up for you, here are films to watch based on armed forces which will keep you entertained over the weekend.
Are you bored during the lockdown? The Ghazi Attack, URI: The Surgical Strike 5, Paskal and others, here are 5 movies to watch based on armed forces.
Act of Valor on Netflix (IMDB: 6.5, age: 18+)- Movie shows how the NAVY SEALS deal with the terrorists in their mission who kidnapped a CIA agent and how they stop the smuggling of terrorists into the U.S. through tunnels from Mexico.
Paskal on Netflix (IMDB: 6.8, age: 16+)- Story revolves around the true event where the Malaysian Navy’s mission is to rescue a tanker, MV Bunga Laurel, which has been hijacked by Somalian pirates. This movie shows how difficult is the training for the NAVY SEALS to get prepared for any mission. Also Read: Ek Thi Begum: MX Player's Web-Series To Touch Upon Sapna Didi's Friendship Call To Arun Gawli To Avenge Her Husband's Death?
The Ghazi Attack on Amazon Prime Video (IMDB: 7.6, age: 13+)- This movie is based on a real-life event where the Pakistani Submarine, PNS Ghazi, plans to attack Indian aircraft carrier INS Vikrant but Indian submarine intercepts them during their regular surveillance and destroys them.
Saving Private Ryan on Amazon Prime Video (IMDB: 8.6, age: 18+)- The storyline of the movie set in World War 2, where the group of U.S. soldiers decides to cross the enemy line to retrieve their paratrooper Private Ryan, whose three brothers killed in the action.
URI: The Surgical Strike on Zee5 (IMDB: 8.3, age: U/A)- Based on the real-life event where the Indian Army conducted strike on militants in Pakistan who attacked the Indian Army in Uri in 2016.
Grab your tub of yummy popcorn and binge-watch these movies.
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