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Shershaah: Alia Bhatt watched Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani’s film Shershaah, reacted like this


Siddharth Malhotra is in a lot of discussion these days about the film Shershaah, based on the life of Kargil War hero martyr Captain Vikram Batra. With his acting, Siddharth has garnered a lot of applause from the critics as well as the audience, so now Alia Bhatt also saw and reacted to Sher Shah.

Alia saw Shershah
Actually, recently Alia Bhatt mentioned it on her Insta story after watching the film Shershaah and wrote, ‘A must watch film, I laughed, cried after seeing this film. Sidharth Malhotra, you were very special… and the very beautiful Kiara Advani, you have sparkled. Congratulations to the entire team and cast. Very lovely film.

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How did you get the codename Shershah?
In fact, during the Kargil War, 13 Jack Riffs (13 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles, the unit in which Captain Vikram Batra was) were transferred from the Reserve Force to the battlefield. In such a situation, before going to war, everyone was given codenames, which were to be used for radio communications. In such a situation, codenames were given including Maharana Pratap, Chanakya and Sangram, in which Vikram Batra got the Shershah codename.

Why chose ‘Yeh Dil Maange More’ Moto?
13 Jack Riff had the mission to recapture Point 5140. At the same time, after giving the codename, everyone was asked the Victory Signal – in such a situation where Captain Sanjeev Jamwal chose ‘O Ya Ya’, then Captain Vikram Batra said ‘Yeh Dil Maange More’. When Yai K Joshi asked Vikram the reason for this, he said- ‘I am not going to stop after Point 5140, I have to drive them from here (country)’.

How is the movie Shershah?
Shershaah has been released on Amazon Prime Video. This film based on the life of martyr Captain Vikram Batra is a must watch. The film depicts the story of Vikram from his childhood to sacrificing his last breath on the country while driving away the enemies in the Karigal War. Siddharth has created the charm of Vikram Batra onscreen. After watching a film of about two and a half hours, on the one hand, you will be filled with patriotism, then there will definitely be tears in your eyes.




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