Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the biographical film also features Banita Sandhu and Amol Parashar in key roles.
Vicky Kaushal’s Sardar Udham has been the talk of the B- town since it was announced. Several fans and celebrities have been eagerly waiting for the film, including the Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan who wished the team all the best for the film. After releasing a few posters, a teaser and a trailer of the film, the makers have now dropped a dialogue promo today. The film is based on the heart-wrenching story of Sardar Udham Singh, who avenged the killings of Indians during the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre of 1919.
The latest promo video titled ‘Tell people I was revolutionary’ shares glimpses of a few crucial scenes from the film. In the video, Vicky’s Udham Singh can be seen reaching London. A person asks him under what name has he entered the country, to which the actor replies that he has entered with a fake name, Sher Singh. He then advises him to change his name because he thinks that the MI5 and Scotland Yard would have issued alerts against him. A British official can be seen saying, “This man spent 21 years waiting for revenge.” In the end, Vicky who gets imprisoned says, “Tell people I was revolutionary.”
Watch the video here:
On Thursday, Vicky, who is playing the titular character in the film, shared an image of his character on Instagram and captioned, “1931, Prison, India. Udham Singh was in prison for possession of prohibited papers "Ghadr-i-Gunj" ("Voice of Revolt"). He was released later but under constant surveillance. Soon, he escaped to Europe and never got to return to India.”
Today, the actor shared another image from Sardar Udham that shows him wandering in the cold forests of eastern Europe in 1933, where his beard and moustache can be seen covered in snowflakes due to the extreme weather.
Check out the post here:
Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the biographical film also features Banita Sandhu and Amol Parashar in key roles. Sardar Udham will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video from October 16.