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Lakshya

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Director Farhan Akhtar
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Release Date 18 June 2004
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Though the script is strong, the director has not neglected the other technical areas. Lakshya is a pretty slick, polished product. Of course, it helps that the film was largely shot in the Ladakh region, where the spectacular vistas ensure that you cannot go wrong with your cinematography unless you really want to. And you don’t hire an ace cinematographer like the German Christopher Popp if you want to screw up.

The action scenes, as mentioned earlier, are taut and realistic, and have clearly had the benefit of the film’s army consultants, just like the part dealing with Karan’s training at the Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. The sequence in which Lt Shergill and his band scale a sheer cliff to surprise the Pakistani intruders on a peak in the Kargil region alone is worth the price of a ticket.

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