Sardar Udham Singh Teaser: Bollywood’s brilliant actor Vicky Kaushal is known for his unsurpassed acting among his fans. The actor has been in the news for a long time for his upcoming film Shaheed Udham Singh. Now today the teaser of Vicky’s dream project ‘Sardar Udham Singh’ has been released in front of the fans. Now the actor has clarified when this film will be released.
After winning the National Award, fans were waiting for the teaser of Vicky Kaushal’s next film ‘Sardar Udham Singh’ for a long time, which is over today.
How is the teaser of Shaheed Udham Singh?
Today Vicky Kaushal has shared the teaser of Shaheed Udham Singh for the fans by sharing a post on Instagram. In this teaser, fans are getting a glimpse of Vicky Kaushal through a photo. A great background music is heard in the teaser.
The only thing shown in the teaser is that the passport of Shaheed Udham Singh is being prepared. Fans are yet to see the actor’s look completely. Let us tell you that while sharing the teaser, Vicky has written that on the birth anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, I am proud to bring the story of his colleague – Sardar Udham Singh – one man, many surnames, one mission.
As soon as the teaser of this upcoming film is released, it has become a rage among the fans. Fans are liking this teaser a lot. Seeing the teaser, fans are now reacting fiercely to it.
Sardar Udham Singh Teaser
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When will the film release
By the way, recently there was also news that the makers have finally decided to release the film. This is the reason that the film will now be released on OTT instead of theatres. It is being said that the makers have spread that the film will be presented on Amazon Prime Video instead of theater during Sardar Udham Singh Dussehra weekend. At present, the release date is being told as October 16.
In this film, Vicky Kaushal will be seen presenting the bravery of freedom fighter Sardar Udham Singh. Sardar Udham Singh shot Michael O’Dwyer (former lieutenant governor of Punjab) in London in 1940, justifying the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.