Vicky Kaushal’s forthcoming film Sardar Udham has been generating a lot of buzzes recently. The film is based on the legendary revolutionary Sardar Udham Singh, who avenged the Jallianwala Bagh murder by killing General Dyer. It is his first collaboration with Shoojit Sircar.
The film has been generating a lot of attention since it was revealed, and it is one of the most anticipated films of the year. Sardar Udham, on the other hand, is set to premiere on the OTT platform on October 16.
Vicky in black for release of udham singh
While the actor is awaiting the release of the Shoojit Sircar-directed film, Vicky is seen heavily promoting it. In fact, during the trailer launch of Sardar Udham, his style sense was on point and made girls weak in the knees.
Vicky has continued on this path by sharing another photo from the campaign in which he was seen oozing charm in black. He wore an Indo-Western outfit consisting of a stylish long black shirt and a patterned black jacket. As he stood for the camera, his swag was obvious.
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Vicky will be featured in Sardar Udham as the titular character, and his performance in the trailer drew a lot of attention. In fact, he’ll be wearing a turban for the first time in front of the camera. Vicky is now filming The Immortal Ashwatthama, directed by Aditya Dhar, in which he will play the title role opposite Sara Ali Khan.
Vicky And Amol Together
Vicky stated on his Instagram account, âÂ âMy mentor, friend, and brotherâ¦ Mera Bhagatya, Mera Bhagatya, Mera Bhagatya Shaheed Bhagat Singh is played by @amolparashar. Amol, Iâm glad we got to play this friendship game. Oct 16. #SardarUdham #SardarUdhamOnPrimeâÂ Vicky is dressed as Sardar Udham Singh in the shot, while Amol is dressed as Shaheed Bhagat Singh.
While getting captured in the frame in the picture-perfect snap, the two could be seen smiling and talking. Vicky expressed his delight at having Amol as Bhagat Singh as a co-star.
Official Trailer of Sardar Udham Singh
The teaser for Sardar Udham was recently released, and it depicts a historic moment as bullets are heard and articles about Michael OâDwyer being shot to death appear. Between 1913 and 1919, Michael OâDwyer served as the Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, British India. In the aftermath of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Udham Singh shot him dead in London in 1940.