Mission Frontline Review - A Tough And Rockhard Step By Sara Ali Khan That Will Hold Your Breath!

Here is our review of Sara Ali Khan, Mission Frontline, which released on Discovery+ on 13 August. The 40 minutes episode is directed by Kunal Kocchar and shows the actor in a never before avatar.

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Mission Frontline Review - A Tough And Rockhard Step By Sara Ali Khan That Will Hold Your Breath!

Sara Ali Khan trains with the Veerangana Force in Assam in a new episode of Mission Frontline on Discovery+. This camp was established in 2012 to combat crime against women. The commandos are taught to be physically fit and mentally powerful in this facility.

Bollywood diva Sara Ali Khan proves that she is not only a princess but a warrior. We all have seen Sara playing cheerful and fun characters in her films, but this time the Pataudi girl has blown everyone's mind with a strong and powerful performance as a Veerangana.

The new episode of Mission Frontline has been premiered on Discovery+. The episode has been shot like a documentary, where Sara travels to Veerangana camp in Assam and challenges herself to adopt their lifestyle. The episode showcase that Bollywood diva Sara Ali Khan stays with the Veerangana Force for a day and even performs the activities which are a daily routine for these commandos. Sara takes part in all of the activities with zeal, which includes Krav Maga, UAC (Unarmed Combat), Rock Climbing, Room Intervention, and Tactical Firing Range and the cherry on the cake is when she learns to fire an AK47. Which surely needs a lot of strength and power to do so, and by looking at it Sara aced at it.

Sara Ali Khan is her typical bubbly self, raising the glitz element to capture viewers. Every time the camera focuses on her, her natural demeanor shines through, revealing her simplicity. Apart from living a day like them, the episode also captures the stories of the camp girls and about their struggle and fights with society stereotyping women.

Without a doubt director Kunal Kocchar has shown Sara Ali Khan in a never-seen action-packed avatar. The episode itself says that the director has put a lot of effort to create this and surely has come up with a great content piece. When I was watching this, it sure looked like a tough thing to capture in the camp with such an atmosphere. However, the episode lacked behind to show the training footage as some of them were also repeated in the episode. But yet a great and appreciatable attempt by the makers.

In 2012, Veerangana was formed to fight crime against women. Young girls from all over Assam were put through rigorous training to become mentally and physically strong. With Independence Day approaching, the team has dedicated this episode to India's first female commando unit. On the other hand, we saw Sara Ali Khan in an action-packed and demanding avatar.

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