According to the makers, "Mission Majnu" is inspired by real events set in the 1970s and follows the story of India's most courageous mission in the heart of Pakistan
Sidharth Malhotra, who was tasked with playing the war hero, is touched by the unprecedented love of the audience coming his way for 'Shershaah'.
Malhotra, who essayed Captain Batra's role in a recent biopic, penned an emotional note on the war hero's birth anniversary.
Directed by Vishnu Varadhan, 'Shershaah' is based on the life of Param Vir Chakra awardee Vikram Batra, who laid down his life in the service of the nation.
Taking to her Twitter handle, Rashmika confirmed that she has completed the shooting of her first Bollywood movie 'Mission Majnu'.
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The actress, who is often surrounded by controversies, hit the headlines in 2017 when she called filmmaker Karan Johar 'intolerant' towards outsiders.
According to the makers, "Mission Majnu" is inspired by real events set in the 1970s and follows the story of India's most courageous mission in the heart of Pakistan.
In Shershaah, the filmmakers have given equal, if not more, attention to both the war and Vikram’s life events.
Sidharth Malhotra's meeting with Vishal Batra, Captain Vikram Batra’s brother, gave him the vision to create the character.
Showcasing various clips of his training on Instagram, Sidharth also acknowledged that out of all his films, it is 'Shershaah' in which he has spent the maximum amount of time for prepping.
Also starring Kiara Advani, 'Shershaah' is headed for a direct-to-digital release on Amazon Prime Video on August 12, given the coronavirus pandemic.
The film's sequel, 'Ek Villain Returns', is reportedly in the works, starring Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria.
Abhishek Bachchan shared a video montage on Twitter with short accounts of nurses who have been serving patients during the pandemic.
Rugby, which is relatively unpopular in India is now in the spotlight and is being seen as a platform for women empowerment with many girls from various backgrounds representing the country.