As the beautiful Minissha Lamba awaits the release of her much-talked about film, 'Shaurya', the buzz around is that the film is a take-off from Rob Reiner's 1992 court-martial drama, 'A Few Good Men'.
But, Minisha is not ready to accept this, as she argues, "Shaurya is based on a court room drama, and if you need a comparison, then why only point to 'A Few Good Men'? There are innumerable Hollywood movies with the theme of court martial. A film with a similar setting does not mean that the story line is also similar". She adds on to say, "Even though Shaurya is based on court room sequence, the situation here is totally different and is more specific to India." The film which is slated for release on 4th April also stars Rahul Bose, Kay Kay Menon, Javed Jaffrey and Deepak Dobriyal.
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