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Fauji | Episode 10 Reviews | Hindi TV Serial On DVD

Episode #10 of Hindi TV Serial Fauji explores on the battle, which is already started. Unfortunately the Indian armed forces are dragged into the situations where they have to answer the tat by tit.

TV Serial :
Fauji
Producer : Colonel Raj Kapoor
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Writer :
Director : Colonel Raj Kapoor
Editor : Milin Kapoor
Starring : Rakesh Sharma, Aamina S. Kapoor, Shahrukh Khan, Manjula Avatar, Vikram Chopra, Gautam Bhradwaj, Vishwajeet Pradhan, A. Kannan, Sonal Dabral, Nikhil Dewan, Ranbir Singh, Sanjay Mittal, Narendra Ardhawa, Kamati Anwar, Ajay Gehan, Sanjay Taneja, Anupama Sahni, and others…
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This episode moves forward the story from where we left it in Episode #9.

We see the feelings of patriotism and love throughout the episode. It is this feelings of the soldiers which keeps the enemies at the bay, and the freedom of the country intact.

See how newly married Kishore was not selected to be sent to the war zone by the authorities by knowing the fact that he is just married. And see his reaction on the other end. He feels that he is a soldier and he have to be wherever his army and country needs him. The personal status of his life doesn’t have to do anything with that. Kudos! Though both the actors (playing Kishore and Parvati) performed below expectations, the situations explored are conveyed to the audience easily. The actor playing Kishore performs better in the scene though.

We see that, Vikram was not ordered to the war zone but he insist his superior to get him posted to assist him. Major Vikram Rai is a Mahaveer Chakra winner officer and he knows that the discipline is the best attribute of the armed forces. One should do whatever he/she is ordered to. There should be not favours. But, his intentions are good. He wanted to serve his countries in the tough time, so he wanted to get positioned by the authorities in the official way.

We must say that the scenes of war are of poor technical quality. They could have been a lot batter. It seems some of the actual war footage is integrated and hence it seems isolated from the entire episode in terms of quality, lighting and other aspects.

The “good bye” scene between Vikram and Kiran is a good to watch segment of the episode. The dialogs in this scene are straight and small. They are full of the feelings they need to represent, properly.

The makers, through this episode, also tries exploring some of the words used by the armed forces. For example, CMA or Core Maintenance Area. It seems that the word is implanted into dialogs for many times, so it can be focused and conveyed to the viewers properly.

Also see, how Vikram, as a brother, keeps Abhi out of dangerous situations by not recommending him for his team. Also see, Abhi’s reactions on that.

Also see how the identification details are shown along with the photographs for each of the chosen members on the screen. You will see the vocabulary and routine phrases and abbreviations used by the armed forces in “not seen anywhere else” format here.

The background music is very important part of any TV Serial/movie or any such dramatized media. It is fantastic here. The dialogs A. Kannan speaks makes it look like he is trying to dramatize the situation more than it is.

The episode ends by raising curiosity in the views for what is coming next. It is the positive factor of the episode, and yes you will be waiting for the next episode after watching this one, for sure.

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