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Red Alert - The War Within review by Hindustan Times
Red Alert - The War Within critic rating (Hindustan Times): 2
Red Alert - The War Within review by bollywoodhungama.com
Red Alert - The War Within critic rating (bollywoodhungama.com): 3.5
Red Alert - The War Within review by Times of India
Red Alert - The War Within critic rating (Times of India): 3.5
Red Alert - The War Within review by rediff.com
Red Alert - The War Within critic rating (rediff.com): 2
Red Alert - The War Within review by Mumbai Mirror
Red Alert - The War Within critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 2
 
 
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Red Alert - The War Within  (2010 - Hindi)

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Red Alert - The War Within cumulative rating: 2.45 out of 52.45/5 (49 users)

Red Alert - The War Within critics rating: 2.4 out of 5 2.4/5 (8 critics)

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  • varun kumar
    varun kumarwrote on Sep 6 2010 10:24AM

    Red Alert: the War Within' is based on the true story of Narasimha (Suniel Shetty), a poor farm labourer who desperately needs money to fund the education of his children. To earn his way, he finds himself in the midst of the Naxalite movement, forced to make difficult, and morally questionable, choices.
    At first, he starts as a mere cook for the terrorist group. Before too long, he graduates to weapons training, shootouts and kidnappings. A good, kind man trying to earn for his family, Narasimha finds himself in a position he had never bargained for; a man left with no choices.
    The conflicted Narasimha's life gets more complicated when a confrontation with the group leader (Ashish Vidyarthi) turns his world upside down; now he's caught in the middle of the law and the militants.
    The only way Narasimha can survive is when he finally takes matters into his own hands. Does he follow his conscience and thwart the movement? Or, does he look out for himself and his family, and embrace the Naxal cause?

     
 

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