The biographical drama, 72 Hours: Martyr Who Never Died takes advantage of the patriotic theme and brings forth a very gripping story based on real events. The film follows the life of Rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat was awarded Mahavir Chakra for his posthumous bravery.
Based in 1962 during Indo-China war, the first half of the film takes the story slow introducing characters. It gradually engages the audience with the story. The second half of the film stays in the battlefield. Apart from the director and actor, Avinash Dhyani, the film also stars veteran actors Virendra Saxena and Shishir Sharma adding acting talent to the screen.
Shot in real space with a powerful screenplay the film stays intense to the end, the gripping plot and engaging strong characters bring out emotional reactions from the audience.
Jaswant Singh, our hero by the end attains the status of a deity at the Sino-Indian frontier.