State Of Siege: Temple Attack Movie Review

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  • Review for the film: "State Of Siege: Temple Attack"
  • Runtime: 1 Hour 52 Minutes
  • Certificate: TBD
  • Released: 09-07-2021
  • Genre: Action, Thriller
3.5 / 5.0

State Of Siege: Temple Attack is an action entertainer scripted by William Borthwick and Simon Fantauzzo. Ken Ghosh directed the film. Akshaye Khanna, Manjari Fadnnis, Kallirroi Tziafeta, Parvin Dabas, Samir Soni, Akshay Oberoi, Gautam Rode, Abhimanyu Singh, Vivek Dahiya, Mir Sarwar, Shivam Bhaargava, Harssh Singh, Chandan Roy, Abhilash Chaudhary, Rohan Verma, Rajeev SP, Sameer Pahadiya, Mridul Das and Dhanveer Singh are cast. Abhimanyu Singh and Roopali Singh produced the film. Tejal Shetye cranked the camera, and Mukesh Thakur edited the film.


Some terrorists enter Krishna Dham Mandir and captivate the pilgrims. They needed to release a terrorist, and if not done, they would be killing the hostages one by one. Terrorists monitor these incidents from Pakistan. After the situation turned worse, Hanut Singh, an NSG Commando joins the local police to solve the issue. Hanut suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. However, he had to do his duty to save the nation. What did Hanut and the team do? Had they saved the people? The rest of the story deals with it.

Star Performance

All the actors did justice to the given roles. Akshay Oberoi, Akshaye Khanna, Vivek Dahiya, Gautam Rode, and Mir Sarwar did their roles exceptionally well. Mir Sarwar and his team’s accent is good.


Although this is not a new concept, the screenplay, narration, and performance are appreciable. There are no scenes with over-dramatization and heroic. The stars are picked up well, and they fit perfectly in the given roles. The cinematography is fantastic, and Manali’s scenic beauty is well captured. The BGM gels well with the story and creates the right mood. The writers should be appreciated for their neat scripting.

What’s There?

  • The script, screenplay, and execution are good
  • Performances of the stars are neat
  • Cinematography and BGM are perfect

What’s Not There?

  • A few scenes lost the logic


Inspired by the true incidents, the makers made certain changes and brought an interesting script. State Of Siege: Temple Attack – watchable once!