Mera Fauji Calling Movie Review

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  • Review for the film: "Mera Fauji Calling"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 02 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 11-03-2021
  • Genre: Drama
2.5 / 5.0

Mera Fauji Calling is an action drama scripted and directed by Aaryaan Saxena. Vikram Singh, Ovez Shaikh, Anil Jain and Vijeta Verma produced the film. Harpriet Singh Vig, Sajjad Ali Chandwani and Vijay Verma composed the music. Subhranshu Das cranked the camera and Pravin Angre edited the film. Sharman Joshi, Bidita Bag, Ranjha Vikram Singh, Mugdha Godse, Mahi Soni, Abhijita Kashyap, Shishir Sharma, Zarina Wahab, Ritu Shree and Sidhi Jain are in the cast.


Rajveer Singh is an army officer. He lives in Jharkhand with his mother, his wife Sakshi and Aradhya, his daughter. Aradhya had a bad dream and she finds her father dead in her dream. From that moment, she gets traumatized. Sadly, her dream comes true, but her mom and granny hide it from her, as she might collapse after hearing this. To rescue them from their trauma, Abhishek meets them. What happens next? Did Aradhya’s issues get solved? The rest of the film deals with it!

Star Performance

Vikram Singh is decent with his performance. His chemistry with Bidita is good. Bidita got a strong role and she did a good job and impressed the audience with her emotional performance. Zarina Wahab and Sharman Joshi are good in their performances. Mahi Soni has got a remarkable debut.


The director took time to frame the story. So, the first half is quite slow. The second half has some performance-oriented emotional scenes. The characters are designed well and the stars are placed in the right roles. The songs and BGM are good. A couple of songs and the lyrics are good. The execution should have been better.

What’s There?

  • The story is neat
  • The second half is emotional and quick-paced

What’s Not There?

  • The first half is a bit slow


Mera Fauji Calling has a good story, neat performances and emotional elements that make the audience have an interesting watch, especially in the second half.

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