In the movie Jyoti (Nushratt) finds herself in the middle of an Iraqi war. Her Punjabi home, where she lives with her mother and niece, is shown in a flashback. She has family debt that needs to be paid. She gets duped by a job agent (Rajesh Jais) out of desperation and agrees to pose as a manufacturing supervisor in Mosul, Iraq.

With explosives strapped to her chest, an unattended teenage girl is standing in the street. Her mother is pleading for assistance from a distance. To save her, the bomb team is working to defuse the time bomb. An instant later, there is a blast, and the area is filled with dust and fire. At that terrible time, Everyone who is around moves as far away as they can.


Akeli, an Indian woman who finds herself in the middle of war-torn Iraq is the main character. The plot revolves around a typical Indian young woman who is forced to make stressful life-or-death decisions to provide for her family.

Directed by Pranay Meshram, aspires to produce a cinematic work that sheds light on the bleak reality of war and the pain of those who are imprisoned and purposely targeted.

In addition, it depicts the horrors the ladies went through while they were kept against their will by the terrorist group ISIS. Meshram urgently wants to make an effect by depicting violence and gore in a way that will shock the viewers. The movie is stunning and terrifying but rarely persuades.

When Jyoti arrives at ISIS leader Asad’s (Tsahi Halevi) home, her fate takes unforeseen turns as she meets additional victims whom the latter often sexually abuse.

She encounters Nishant Dahiya’s character Rafiq along the way, who serves as a temporary source of comfort for her. But as time goes on, she will have to go it alone. The story revolves around whether Jyoti Arora will be able to return to India, and it is up to spectators to see the movie to find out.

Tsahi Halevi and Amir Botros, two Israeli actors who are making their Bollywood debuts, are among the fresh faces that Akeli introduces.

Ratings: 3.5/5

As there is no hero in the actor, Nushrratt Bharuccha carries the whole movie on her shoulder. The death of Jyoti Arora’s brother and sister-in-law, and the involvement of Rafiq, who met Jyoti in Iraq, during the civil war, are the first two instances. If these flaws are not dealt with, the movie’s plot will pass out and will keep you stunned till the end. The movie deserves 3.5 stars out of 5 stars.

As usual, Nushrratt Bharuccha appeared to be quite engaged in her role. In addition, some of the movie’s lead characters can be seen, and they are responsible for bringing the movie to life through their acting.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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