This article is based on patriotic movie. This is a real story. It depicted on the life of Captain Vikram Batra.
There is no doubt that there is a 'high on passion' in Bollywood right now when it comes to patriotism. India completes 75 years of independence, therefore, there is a longing for patriotism in the entire country. Therefore, two important patriotic films have been screened this week to justify the nectar anniversary of independence. There are two films released in Bollywwod and directed by Vishnu Vardhan, ' Shershaah' and 'Bhuj The Pride' starring Ajay Devgn, have been released on OTT media this week. In this article, let us know and analyze the movie ' Shershaah'.
Although this film keeps duty and love on a scale, but it also shows the sacrifice of love for duty at the time of challenge. Shershaah, a film of about 2 hours and 15 minutes, is the story of Vikram Batra's journey from the fun of college life to joining the army, from commanding the first army mission at the age of 24 to the victory of Point 4875 in the Kargil War. Vishnu Vardhan has narrated the whole story in such a way that he will say – Yeh Dil Maange More. Actually, Captain Vikram Batra, going on a war mission, gets the codeword, Sher Shah. When the mission is successful, a signal is given from their side – Yeh Dil Maange More.
Though 'Shershaah' is a war film, it is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra who sacrificed his life in the Kargil war and brought victory to the country. Director Vishnu Vardhan has tried to portray the journey of fearless Vikram to martyr Captain Vikram Batra, who has been dreaming of becoming a soldier since childhood. However, the amount of energy required for the setting of a patriotic film should have been more than the actual style.
Growing up in Palampur, Vikram had never decided to join the army. Vikram, who is a parent of a teaching profession and dreams of joining the army in a middle class family, is not expected to get easy support from the family. That is not the case with Vikram. The journey from completing military training to joining the army in Kashmir to the Kargil victory is not a long one, but certainly important.
A novice officer who joined the army after starting work in the Kashmir Valley as a lieutenant, his methods of dealing with seniors, taking orders from seniors, a soldier is not just a defense officer deployed at the border. He is the first man to do so, especially while working in the Kashmir Valley. They have a number of responsibilities, such as guarding their intelligence and ensuring that locals do not fall victim to terrorist attacks.
Vikram Batra was successful on all these fronts. Vikram Batra led a successful campaign in a very short time, winning the hearts of seniors and juniors. While presenting the life story of a soldier, the director has highlighted many details such as his responsibilities, family and social situation.
The bravery of Vikram Batra is incomparable. The saga of his prowess is something to be experienced again and again. However, the director's attempt to reveal his personality along with his prowess is more remarkable in this film.
The story of 'Shershaah' is written by Sandeep Srivastava. The story of the film itself sheds light on many aspects of Vikram Batra's military life and his struggles. So it's not just a war story, and the film is not monotonous. This is also the first Hindi film by director Vishnu Vardhan. The essentials and technology for the war film have been handled neatly by the director. So the film doesn’t fall short anywhere in this experience. The selection of new faces for this film is also a feature.
Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani are acquainted. However, the film has freshness due to different actors like Sahil Ved, Niketan Dheer, Himanshu Malhotra along with actor Shiv Pandit in the role of Captain Sanjeev Jamwal, Shataf in the role of Colonel Yogesh Kumar Joshi. Siddharth Malhotra has easily played the role of Vikram Batra. Siddhartha has painted many aspects of his personality such as naughtiness, bravery, innate loving nature.
Kiara has also played the role of Vikram's girlfriend well. The songs are part of the movie, but it is not very audible. 'Shershaah' is a really good movie. Vikram Batra and his team's prowess is also a source of patriotism in our minds. But it is equally true that there should be more vigor in this film. But we must see this patriotic film. Because it creates a kind of patriotism in us and most importantly, we get the information of patriotism from this movie.
While watching this film, the audience will travel in a variety of emotions. Sometimes it will be filled with enthusiasm and sometimes the eyes will become moist. Shershaah's story, screenplay and dialogues have been written by Sandeep Srivastava and deserves praise. You must watch the story of a true hero's valor and sacrifice, the story of a good person's true love.
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Jaya (author) from Pune, India on August 24, 2021:
Jaya (author) from Pune, India on August 24, 2021:
Ravi Rajan from Mumbai on August 23, 2021:
This is a good review of a war film Jaya.Although Bollywood is very notorious for making some really bad war films ( with few exceptions of course !!!),your review looks interesting and I might just watch this movie. Thanks for sharing.
MG Singh from UAE on August 23, 2021:
Excellent review of a war hero film. Thanks for sharing.