There’s something absolutely shattering about sending your cheerful, solid youngster away and receiving her or him back home in a pine box. A minute that can dissolve the hardest of hearts, especially on the off chance that it gets inwardly (however likewise a small piece melodramatically) attempted by a performer like Shabana Azmi.
Neerja may be about flight specialist late Neerja Bhanot, how she battled for the lives of the travelers on load up her Pan Am Flight 73 when it was commandeered on ground in Karachi by four furnished Palestinians of the Abu Nidal bunch however the most grounded true to life bits in the film are those including Neerja’s family. Don’t they say that it’s not an individual demise that matters as much as its repercussions on those left behind? So too in the film. It’s but rather simply the catastrophe its effect on the Bhanots that strikes an enormous harmony.