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However, Ranjit later receives news of the UN embargo and that ships are barred from entering or leaving Iraq, effectively crushing their hopes of getting out.
Meanwhile, Kohli is somewhat of a sluggard, but when his father (Arun Bali) recounts their tale of woe during the partition of India, Kohli is inspired to actively help Ranjit.
Ranjit learns that the Indian embassy in Kuwait has been evacuated and phones the Indian External Affairs Ministry in New Delhi, where he reaches the Joint Secretary, Sanjiv Kohli (Kumud Mishra), and asks for arrangements to be made for the evacuation.
Later on, the camp is looted by Iraqi soldiers and harassed some of the refugees.
They are stopped by Iraqi soldiers at a checkpoint and Nair is shot dead amidst the confusion.
A shocked Ranjit is then taken to the Emir's palace.
From there, Ranjit goes to the Indian embassy where he learns that the Kuwaiti government has fled into exile.
Some 170,000 Indians in Kuwait are now stranded as refugees.
Ranjit travels to Baghdad to try to negotiate safe passage out of Kuwait, but to no avail.The only remaining option, Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz, turns out to be helpful.He discloses that an Indian merchant ship is due to arrive in Iraq with various supplies, and permits the Indian refugees to leave on the ship.From unknown names in the Ministry of External Affairs in Delhi to people who had their Indianness rearing its head from within just when it was required, Airlift is un-miss-able.Go watch it." Srijana Mitra Das from The Times Of India gave the film 4 stars out of 5 praising its direction and wrote "Airlift has one of Akshay Kumar's best performances – along with other sterling acts. Airlift's scale is impressive and editing (Hemanti Sarkar) deft." Writing for NDTV, Saibal Chatterjee also gave it four stars and stated, "Airlift is a rare megastar vehicle that derives obvious benefits from the lead actor's magnetism without subjugating itself to the need to make the most of his presence in the cast.