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Sardar Udham got so many ratings on IMDb, Vicky Kaushal said – ‘You all made a fuss’



Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal is in a lot of discussion these days about the film Sardar Udham. While the audience has given a lot of love to the film, the critics are also appreciating the film. Meanwhile, the IMDb (Internet Movie Database) rating of the film has also been revealed.

9.2 IMDb Rating
Sardar Udham has got a 9.2 IMDb (Internet Movie Database) rating. This rating is currently only according to 7300 votes and while it is expected that with the increase in votes in the coming time, the IMDb rating of this film will also increase. Vicky Kaushal has also thanked the fans for this great rating.

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Vicky Kaushal has made a post on Instagram. Sharing a poster of Sardar Udham, Vicky wrote in the caption, ‘9.2…, you all created a fuss. Heartfelt thanks to all of you for this love.’ On this post of Vicky, fans are praising him and the film a lot. Shoojit Sircar has directed this film.

Sher Singh’s real name was
Let us tell you that the film has been released on Amazon Prime Video on 16 October. The real name of Udham Singh was Sher Singh. Sher Singh was born on 26 December 1899 in Sunam village of Sangrur district of Punjab. Sher Singh’s father Sardar Tehal Singh was a railway watchman in Jammu Upalli village. Sher Singh’s parents died in childhood, after which Sher Singh and his brother Mukhta Singh were sent to the Central Khalsa Orphanage in Amritsar.

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Revenge taken after almost 21 years
After the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Udham Singh decided to teach a lesson to General Reginald Dyer and the then Governor of Punjab, Michael O’Dwyer (who justified this massacre step by step) and after that he joined the revolutionaries. To avenge the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Udham Singh had to wait for the right opportunity for a full 21 years. Michael O’Dwyer was put to death by Udham Singh at a meeting of the East India Association and the Royal Central Asian Society at Caxton Hall in London on 13 March 1940.

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