Mission Mangal Trailer: The Story of How Indian Scientists Made India’s Dream of Mars Mission Possible

Mission Mangal Trailer: The Story of How Indian Scientists Made India’s Dream of Mars Mission Possible

How does a nation dispatch its first mission to the Red Planet, Mars, at its first endeavor and at a small amount of an expense? That is the appropriate response, Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan and their band of feisty scientists are giving in Mission Mangal's first trailer.

Mission Mangal recounts to the narrative of a group of ordinary people who accomplished an unprecedented feat; the cast includes Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Nithya Menen and Sharman Joshi. The holding trailer indicates how the team of Indian researchers pursued the impossible dream of achieving Mars with a straightforward home science hack, their self-discipline, and their appetite to accomplish more. It significantly spins around the busy lives of women scientists who turn successful multi-taskers, dealing with both home and lab as they work on the Mars mission with Akshay as the managing light.


Akshay and Vidya play mission director Rakesh Dhawan and project director Tara Shinde, separately in Mission Mangal trailer, who alongside with their group of researchers, fill in as the brains behind one of the best mission ever: India's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM).

Several posters of the film with the slogan, "Ek kahaani, jisne Indian space science ki paribhasha hi badal di have been released by the makers. The main starcast additionally features on the poster alongside a rocket.

Mission Mangal's teaser had received a huge reaction on social media. Talking about the film (Mission Mangal), Akshay stated, "Few individuals know NASA sent a satellite to Mars for close to Rs 6,000 crore, and ISRO did it in just Rs 450 crore. Simply see the difference... A little presence of mind and we set aside a great deal of cash. Would you be able to accept this story has not been told at this point? I want to tell it, that is the reason I came ahead, board."

The film is directed by Jagan Shakti, Mission Mangal is co-produced by PadMan director R Balki. The film is all set to conflict with two other much-foreseen films this Independence Day (August 15) - Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Saaho and John Abraham's Batla House.

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