Agni Pankh

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Agni Pankh movie poster.

Movie (2004)
French title : Les ailes de feu
aka : Agnipankh

Jimmy Shergill (Siddharth Singh)
Sameer Dharmadhikari (Sameer Kelkar)
Rahul Dev (Vishal)
Shamita Shetty (Anjana)

Loosely based on the Kargil War of 1999, this love story is dedicated to the heroes of the Indian Air Force.

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21

Agnipankh MiG-21bis.jpg
Agnipankh Mig21-night.jpg
Agnipankh MiG-21 trio.jpg

Mil Mi-17 1V

Agnipankh Mil-17.jpg
Agnipankh Mil-17V.jpg

The last two are identified among several others seen during the CSAR mission at the end of the movie.
Indian Air Force coded Z-3365.

Agnipankh Mi-17-1V.jpg

The next one wears code Z-3359.

Agnipankh Mi-17 Z3359b.jpg

Boeing 737

A -300 or later variant.

Agnipankh 737.jpg

Sukhoi Su-30MKI

Agnipankh Su-30.jpg
Agnipankh Su-30 front.jpg

Ilyushin Il-76MD Gajraj

Agnipankh Il-76.jpg
Agnipankh Il-76MD.jpg

Mil Mi-8PS

Agnipankh Mil-8.jpg

SEPECAT Shamsher (Jaguar) IB

Agnipankh Jag-IB.jpg
Agnipankh Jaguar-IB.jpg

SEPECAT Shamsher (Jaguar) IM

One of the twelve single-seat maritime anti-shipping aircraft for the Indian Air Force.

Agnipankh Jag.jpg

Antonov An-32B

Agnipankh An-32.jpg

HAL HJT-16 Kiran

Agnipankh HAL HJT-16 Kiran.jpg

Sukhoi Su-27UB

Agnipankh Su-27UB.jpg

Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon

Like any other aircraft seen in flight (Mig-21), they are CGI animation.

Agnipankh F-16CGI.jpg

Desk models and posters

Throughout the first half of the movie, several aircrafts are shown with these artifacts, some for the first and only time. All are only glimpsed.

Mikoyan MiG-29

Agnipankh MiG-29DM.jpg

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21

Agnipankh MiG-21WP.jpg

SEPECAT Shamsher (Jaguar) IB

Agnipankh Jag-WP.jpg

Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon

Near the bottle, on the desk of the Paskitan general.

Agnipankh F-16.jpg

During a TV report (at right).

Agnipankh F-16-TV.jpg

Hawker Sea Hawk & de Havilland Sea Vampire

In background of the take off of a Sukhoi Su-30MKI, the first page of the The Indian Express displays the deck of an Indian carrier. The Sea Vampire is on the top right corner of the picture, wings folded.

Agnipankh Hawker SeaHawk.jpg

Antonov An-12

Another picture seen on a newspaper melt with the Su-30.

Agnipankh Antonov 12.jpg

Mil Mi-4

Agnipankh Mi-4.jpg

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