Vicky Kaushal is all set to dominate ‘Sardar Udham’ once again

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Mumbai . The makers of Vicky Kaushal’s upcoming film ‘Sardar Udham’ have released the trailer of the film. Bollywood’s heartthrob Vicky Kaushal has worked hard for the film. Vicky said that the story of Sardar Udham Singh is what has thrilled and inspired me. It represents strength, pain, passion, extraordinary courage and sacrifice and many such values ​​with which I have tried to do justice to my character in the film.

The actor said that the role required a lot of physical and mental preparation.

He further said that I am looking forward to share an interesting page from the history of India’s freedom struggle through this film.

Produced by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar and directed by Shoojit Sircar, the film also stars Sean Scott, Stephen Hogan, Banita Sandhu and Kirsty Everton in pivotal roles, with Amol Parashar in a special role.

This two minute thirty second trailer gives a glimpse into the life of Sardar Udham Singh.

This story depicts the bravery, grit and fearlessness of an unsung hero buried deep in our history.

Vicky also shared the trailer on Instagram and wrote, “An untold story of a man. A story of an unmatched journey. This is the story of a revolutionary.”

The film centers on Sardar Udham Singh’s adamant mission to avenge the lives of his beloved brothers, who were brutally murdered in the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.

Director Shoojit Sircar says ‘Sardar Udham’ is not just a film for him, it is a dream come true.

Sarkar’s aim was to make a film that would introduce and inspire the audience to the heroism of Udham Singh.

He said that this film is my tribute to his spirit, his fearlessness and sacrifice in the freedom struggle of the country. The entire team is extremely proud to have got the opportunity to work towards taking the story of a revolutionary.

The film is all set to release on October 16 on Amazon Prime Video. (IANS)

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