Attack: Part 1 is a 2022 Indian science fiction action film directed by Lakshya Raj Anand, who also co-wrote the story with Vishal Kapoor and Sumit Batheja. It stars John Abraham, Jacqueline Fernandez, Rakul Preet Singh, and Prakash Raj.
On April 1, 2022, the film Attack was released in theaters. It received mixed reviews from critics, with some of them praising the film’s action sequences and others criticizing its screenplay.
In 2010, John Abraham’s character, Arjun, is on a mission to capture terrorist, Rehman Gul. He saves a young suicide bomber, and he is able to capture him as well.
In the film, 12 years later, after falling in love with an air hostess named Ayesha, he gets attacked at the airport. The terrorist then kills her and severely injures him.
Through the news, he learns that the attacker who assaulted the airport was Hamid Gul, the son of the terrorist who saved him a dozen years earlier. He also learned that the attack was carried out in retaliation for his father’s capture.
Indian Intelligence Chief V. K. Subramaniam proposes the idea of introducing super soldiers, which are robotic and artificial devices, in the Indian Army. Rakul Preet Singh plays the designer of these special units. However, despite participating in the trial, his chances of surviving are minimal.
After surviving the airport’s on-board process, he gains the ability to become a supersoldier. He controls the Intelligence Robotic Assistant chip, which was designed and developed by Sabaha.
The film was originally scheduled to open in theaters on August 14, 2020. It was then postponed to January 28, 2022, due to the outbreak of Omicron variant cases. It was then released on April 1, 2022.
In 2010, Pakistani police officer Arjun Shergill goes on a mission to capture terrorist Rehman Gul. However, he gets captured 12 years later. While traveling with his girlfriend, Ayesha, a terrorist attack kills her.
After saving a terrorist 12 years ago, Arjun is bound and blindfolded. He learns that the attacker is Hamid Gul, the son of Rehman. Subramanium, the Indian intelligence chief, comes up with the idea of introducing super soldiers in Indian Army to save lives during war.
On its opening day, Attack earned 3.51 million at the domestic box office. On the second day, it collected 3.75 million, and on the third day, it earned 4.25 million. As of April 7, 2022, the film had grossed 16.76 million in India and 3.50 million overseas.