Netizens reviewed the film and praised the performances in the war movie that is based on the book ‘The Burning Chaffees’ by Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta.While many people can’t get over the music byAR Rahman,
‘Pippa’ showcases a thrilling narrative of a landmark moment in history during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971, which was pivotal in Bangladesh’s struggle for independence. Reviewing the film, a social media user said, “Pippa, starring Ishaan Khatter, Mrunal, and Priyanshu, follows the Mehta siblings and the Indian army’s involvement in the Bangladesh Liberation War. AR Rahman delivers a haunting score. A compelling war drama with an outstanding soundtrack”
Another user wrote, “Excellent performances, strong script, emotional rollercoaster, well shot, technically fine period war film with an understated poignant score by @arrahman. Captures the sudden, brutal hit of war and human relationships beautifully.” Another review read, “Great acting and a fantastic performance by all the actors. AR Rahman’s music will give you chills, especially in war scenes. A must-watch for all to know Division of Pakistan and Bangladesh formation.”
A person also said, “Fantastic film. Brilliant performance. Emotionally engaging and very well made. I loved the cinematography and sound design. Amazing work. Kudos to the team. There is a whole symphony track at the end of the credits. A great watch.”
‘Pippa’ is an adaptation of real-life events that happened during the Battle of Garibpur in 1971. The film was directed by Raja Krishna Menon.