Captain Ashwat Raina's efforts to turn India into a nuclear state are at first met with criticism and then years later, with an offer from the government. With the help of Himanshu Shukla, the Prime Minister's principal secretary, he leads a team to conduct a second nuclear test series. The only major threat lurking is the American Lacrosse satellite which caught the first test preparations, further causing America to warn India about such future tests. With their patriotic hearts and unbreakable spirits, Ashwat and his team race against time to conduct the tests confidentially while the country's worsening political scenario as well as the presence of spies from US and Pakistan puts them into both mental as well as physical challenges.
1998, India: one secret operation, six Indians shocked the world, made India proud.
Did You Know?
Parmanu was earlier slated to release on 8 December 2017, but was postponed to avoid clashing with "Padmaavat" (2018). See more
Logo of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, which is shown in the movie, was not available in 1998. See more
Capt. Ashwat Rana
What we thought was for the nation. What we did is for the nation. And what we got will be for the nation.
A lot of real-life footage has been used in the film. See more
In the Netflix version, the Hindi subtitles placed during the English dialogues have been removed. Also, the intermission text has been removed with no visual being cut. See more
References Woh Kaun Thi?
Lyrics by Rashmi Singh
and Virag Mishra
Music by Jeet Gannguli
Performed by Yasser Desai See more