Vicky Kaushal: The Great Indian Family star is ready to welcome another project by the title ‘Sam Bahadur’ soon. The film is going to be a biopic dedicated to the life of Sam Manekshaw, the hero of the Indian Army during the Indo-Pakistani War in 1971. While there is enough time for the release of the film, the producers have recently dropped the awe-inspiring teaser. Hold tight to the edge of your seat while watching this masterpiece.
Vicky Kaushal shines bright in Sam Bahadur’s teaser
One of the most versatile actors in the B-Town is Vicky Kaushal. From comic roles and hopeless romantics to fearless heroes, there is absolutely nothing Vicky can’t act out. His most recent endeavor is his daring portrayal of the life of Sam Manekshaw, the Indo-Pakistani war hero in 1971. Sam was the chief of the Army staff of the Indian Army during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. After his amazing portrayal of Sardar Udham Singh, Vicky has set a benchmark even for himself. Now what’s left is to see whether he is able to deliver the same nail-biting performance or better.
As fans wait for the movie’s release, the producers dropped its teaser just a few hours ago. Vicky looks dapper dressed in the Indian Army colors. Moreover, the intense look on his face justifies the character of the war hero perfectly. His personality seems exuberant from the looks of the teaser. You can see the young Army chief going head-to-head against big politicians and inspiring his cadets for the war. Meanwhile, Vicky’s wife-actress Katrina Kaif is also geared up to appear on the Big Screen alongside Salman Khan in Tiger 3.
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A glimpse from the life of Sam Manekshaw
Sam Manekshaw was the pride of India along with several other martyred soldiers. He became the first Indian Army officer to achieve the status of a field marshal. He began his service with the infamous World War II. Sam completed 40 years of service in the Indian Army during which he fought five wars. Under his command, India launched victorious campaigns against Pakistan in 1971 when ultimately Bangladesh was separated.