New Delhi, January 22 (KMS): India has released anti-Pakistan film, Mission Majnu, on Netflix, on the global streaming service. The country spends around Rs 1500 crore annually to prepare propaganda films against Pakistan.
The spy thriller, starring Sidharth Malhotra and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead roles, is expected to be available to stream or download and watch through the Netflix app on compatible devices, or through a web browser.
The film, which claims to be inspired by true events, is set in the 1970s and features Malhotra in the role of a RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) operative who goes deep undercover in Pakistan to gather intelligence on the country’s nuclear weapons program.
The upcoming film also stars Parmeet Sethi in the role of real-life Indian spymaster Rameshwar Nath Kao, who served as the first chief of RAW from its founding in 1968 to 1977. Other cast members include Ashwath Bhatt, Kumud Mishra, and Zakir Hussain in supporting roles, while the film is directed by Shantanu Bagchi, who makes his directorial debut with Mission Majnu.
Netflix plans start at Rs. 149 per month for the mobile-only plan in India, and go up to Rs. 649 per month for the premium plan which gives access to Ultra-HD and HDR content on up to four screens simultaneously.