Rajkumar Santoshi is good to go for his next film Battle of Saragarhi. What’s more, think about who is the lead on-screen character? Putting a conclusion to all speculations, Randeep Hooda, who has wonderfully demonstrated his abilities in his last release Sarbjit, is good to go to go up against new difficulties.
Rajkumar Santoshi has roped in Hooda for his upcoming period drama on the battle of Saragarhi in which the actor will play Havlidar Ishar Singh, the military commander of the 36th Sikhs, today known as the fourth Battalion of the Sikh Regiment.
Randeep Hooda took to Twitter to unveil his first look from the film Battle of Saragarhi. Here is what he tweeted :
— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) August 1, 2016
The films are based on the Battle of Saragarhi that took place in 1897 between British Indian Army and Afghan Orakzai tribesmen in the North-West Frontier Province. Randeep, as mentioned in the Twitter, will be seen playing the role of Havildar Ishar Singh, the military commander of the 36th Sikhs in the movie.
The film will depict the true story of the 19th century battle when around 12,000 Afghans attacked a British Indian contingent, which also comprised 21 Sikhs who went on to become the heroes of the mission. Going by the first look, the actor will be seen sporting a turban and a beard.
Rahul Mittra, CEO of Wave Cinemas as of late uncovered that Randeep has as of now began preparing for the part and will learn abilities like sword battling and shooting with vintage weapons. He will likewise experience physical training to bulk up his body to depict the part of a military officer. Randeep is known for going the additional mile for his movies.
”Taking care of the sentiments of the Sikh community is of utmost importance and Randeep is extremely serious about the prep. Being a Sikh soldier means embracing calmness and pure forms of warfare. There can be no frivolous behaviour and Randeep has completely submerged himself into the part,” Mittra added.
We think about how this performer will form himself in this part as Randeep has set the bars of experimentation too high after his stunning change for Sarabjit Singh biopic. The performing artist had then lost 18 kgs in 28 days and was almost unrecognizable.