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A dynamic young entrepreneur finds herself locked in a hotel room with the corpse of her dead lover. She hires a prestigious lawyer to defend her and they work together to figure out what actually happened.
This period war-drama showcases the 1897 Battle of Saragarhi. The plot focuses on Havildar Ishar Singh who led a platoon of 21 Sikhs against an invading army of 10,000 Afghans to defend the North-West Frontier Province. The event is considered as one of the greatest last-stands in history.Written by
Akshay Kumar had shaved his head as he had to wear a huge Turban on his head. He wasn't comfortable wearing it on sweaty hair. See more »
A crate of .303 Ball ammo is visible in one scene at main gate crate itself is stamped 10-06-51. See more »
In India, the theatrical released received a UA rating with cuts in violence and language along with a modification in the disclaimer. Total duration of cuts amounted to 30 seconds (18 violence and 12 disclaimer) and 17 seconds (new disclaimer) were replaced with alternate footage. See more »
Akshay's best movie. The CGI is impeccable. If you are not aware of Sikh martial art than you would not understand the fight sequences. If you visit a Sikh Akhada where they practice martial art you would exactly see what Akshay has done. He has brought out the true Sikh Martial Art essence. The slow motion is not over the top because it is exactly how they fight.
The film flows beautifully. The graphics and the sound design is absolutely spot on. Direction has been at its finest.
Every Indian must watch this film.
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