Vicky Kaushal talks about reuniting with filmmaker Meghna Gulzar and the physical preparations he underwent for playing Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw
The film marks director Meghna Gulzar's second collaboration with Vicky after Raazi (2018) which starred Alia Bhatt in the lead.
Based on the life and times of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, one of India’s greatest war heroes, 'Sam Bahadur' is backed by RSVP Movies.
"The Great Indian Family" is his third family entertainer film after "Zara Hatke Zara Bachke", opposite Sara Ali Khan, and "Govinda Naam Mera" (2022) with Kiara Advani and Bhumi Pednekar.
'Chhava' is a period drama, featuring Vicky in the role of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, the Maratha empire’s founder and the great warrior king, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's eldest son.
The actor said that he is lucky to have finally found a movie from his favourite genre as it brings back fond memories from his growing-up years.
According to the makers, the project will be presented by Prime Video in association with Dharma Productions and Leo Media Collective. The plot and other details about the film are kept under wraps.
Neha Dhupia, who is also acting in the film, used the hashtag #MereMehboobMereSanam teasing the name in a photo from the film's wrap party last week.
Anand Tiwari's "Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam also stars Ammy Virk and Neha Dhupia.
Directed by Laxman Utekar of 'Luka Chuppi' and 'Mimi' fame, 'Zara Hatke Zara Bachke' hit theatres on June 2.
The movie, directed by Laxman Utekar saw a descent opening with Rs 5.49 crore, on its day 1 on June 2.
The film is set in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore (“Let us do the work till then you eat poha jalebi”).