Tango Charlie (2005)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins War, Action, Drama
Critics Score
72%
Total Reviews: 7
User Score
100%
Total Votes: 1

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Review Summary: This film is a must-see. 2005 seems to be a decisive year for Hindi cinema. Frontiers are being opened up constantly almost by the week.A new dimension to the war epic emerges from "Tango Charlie" - Mani Shankar's fascinating study of terrorism

Average Critic Rating: (2.86)
Cast: Ajay Devgn , Bobby Deol , Sanjay Dutt , Sunil Shetty
Director: Mani Shankar
Release Date: 25 Mar 2005

Plot: The story starts off with two Indian Air Force helicopter pilots (Squadron Leader Vikram Rathore and Flight Lieutenant Shezad Khan, played by Sanjay Dutt and Sunil Shetty respectively) discovering a mass pile of dead rebels and an Indian trooper appearing to be dead in the Kashmir valley. They later discover Read more

Tango Charlie - Top Reviews

First things first! If you expect Tango Charlie to be yet another war film, let's get it right at the very outset.
Taran Adarsh, SIFY

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Tango Charlie - All Reviews

Mani Shankar’s “Tango Charlie” is not anti-war in the true sense of the word but it does convey the horror of war. The pleasing aspect of the film is that it does not preach (either for or against war) and does not glorify the senseless loss of lives that
Shahid Khan, Planet Bollywood
It is assumed that 'Tango Charlie' will break this jinx and can be easily termed as "well conceived war film"
Smash Hits
This film is a mustsee. 2005 seems to be a decisive year for Hindi cinema. Frontiers are being opened up constantly, almost by the week.
India Glitz
Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Mani Shankar  Anu Malik, Anand Raaj Anand  Javed Akhtar, Anand Raaj Anand  Ajay Devgan, Bobby Deol, Nandana Sen, Tanishaa, Kelly Dorjy, Suniel ShettyBy Subhash K. Jha, IANS This film is a must-see. 2005 seems to be a
Glam Sham
After watching the posters and trailers of Tango Charlie, I had assumed it would be another war film on the lines of Border and LOC.
Harish Kotian, Rediff