Attack movie review: John Abraham has returned as a soldier but this time, with more style than nationalism.
When there's John Abraham fighting it out on screen, you don't see anything beyond his flexing muscles and beefed up chest.
And his latest big screen outing, Attack, gives you endless opportunities to fawn over his good looks and chiseled physique.
John is often credited for carrying a film on his shoulders, however, with Attack, the actor and debutant director Lakshya Raj Anand took this a bit too seriously,
as John, as a 'super soldier' is literally the single man out there, killing all the bad men. At one point, John single-handedly fights with and shoots down over a hundred terrorists
Attack is the story of a soldier Arjun Shergill who suffers a terrible loss in a terrorist attack and ends up with permanent paralysis neck-down and is assigned a life on a wheelchair.
Meanwhile, Dr Saba (Rakul Preet Singh) has been working on a futuristic scientific technology that can enable a paralysed person to stand up on their feet,
and Arjun is deemed that right science bunny to undergo trial for India's first ever super soldier program. All this because the country needs to be saved from a terrorist mastermind.
For those who've often complained about Bollywood's lack of original scripts and innovation, Attack, to some extent, can give you an adrenaline rush for its novel idea.
Clearly divided into two halves - a wheelchair bound John who gets transformed into a super soldier - Attack shows a soldier's duty to serve his nation with this new-age modern technologies.
Attack is your high-on-action sci-fi flick which is slick and savvy. Watch it for John being at his best after a long time. For more updates..