India’s First war-at-sea film “The Ghazi Attack” to be produced by Filmmaker Karan Johar

The 44-year-old director chose Indian Navy Day to announce the film, which is all set to release on February 17, next year

Bollywood film maker Karan Johar, seen in this June 2016 photo, released a video message asking Hindu nationalist protesters to not disrupt the Oct. 28 release of his big-budget romantic drama 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil,' or 'Difficulties of the Heart,' which features Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in a small role. (Representational image) VOA

December 4, 2016: India’s first war-at-sea film “The Ghazi Attack” will be produced by filmmaker Karan Johar who has teamed up with AA Films.

The 44-year-old director chose Indian Navy Day to announce the film, which is all set to release on February 17, next year.

Karan Johar wrote along with the poster of the film, “Dharma Productions is proud to partner with AA films for The Ghazi Attack – India’s first war-at-sea film! @dharmamovies @RanaDaggubati.”

In another post he tweeted, “#TheGhaziAttack releases in theatres on 17th February 2017 Thrilled about this one.”

The filmmaker’s Dharma Productions also shared the news that the upcoming war-at-sea film film stars Rana Daggubati.

“Presenting The Ghazi Attack – The war you did not know about. Releasing on 17th February 2017 #TheGhaziAttack @karanjohar @RanaDaggubati.

– by NewsGram team