Parmanu trailer: This John Abraham starrer revisits a historic episode


It looks like the makers have focused their story on six army officers who were given the job to carry out this secret mission. This is also the date chosen by the makers of Parmanu to release the trailer of their film based on the same subject. John Abraham takes the reigns as the leader of the group here and we will see him play the role of a tough army officer here. The mission was quite secretive and it was only after the successful completion that the citizens were informed about the same. Also Read | Pokhran nuclear tests: Two decades later
Starring John Abraham and Diana Penty, Parmanu will now release on May 25. Parmanu is set during 1998, when India conducted its first set of nuclear tests and the rest of the world was left surprised. Watch the trailer of Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran here:

Earlier, a short teaser of the film was released that gave us insight on the subject of the film. Related News
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Published: May 11, 2018 4:17:25 pm

Parmanu trailer: The John Abraham starrer will hit screens on May 25. Parmanu, which was earlier supposed to release in December 2017, was pushed quite a number of times as the two co-producers JA Entertainment and KriArj Entertainment were embroiled in a legal mess. The trailer highlights the emotion of patriotism and also recounts how CIA’s satellites had kept a close eye on India back in the 90s.