Akshay Kumar's Kesari is making a lot of noise. After the power-packed trailer and first track Sanu Kehndi, makers will be dropping the energetic song Ajj Singh Garjega tomorrow. Akshay Kumar, who is playing Havildar Ishar Singh in the flick took to social media to share a glimpse of the song. In the clip, he is seen singing a few lines of the song and we have to say, we just can' wait to enjoy the full track. Crooned by Jazzy B, the song promises to instill a sense of pride and patriotism. ''The next song from #Kesari, #AjjSinghGarjega is packed with so much power & pride...couldn’t stop myself from singing two lines. Here’s a teaser for you guys, full song out tomorrow by @jazzyb,'' Akshay wrote on Instagram.
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The next song from #Kesari, #AjjSinghGarjega is packed with so much power & pride...couldn’t stop myself from singing two lines. Here’s a teaser for you guys, full song out tomorrow by @jazzyb @parineetichopra @anurag_singh_films @karanjohar @apoorva1972 @SunirKheterpal @dharmamovies #CapeOfGoodFilms #AzureEntertainment @zeestudiosofficial @zeemusiccompany @chirantanbhatt #KunwarJuneja
Kesari is a period drama based on the famous Battle of Saragarhi which was fought between British led army of 21 Sikh men and 10,000 Afghan in 1897. It is touted to be one of the most glorious battles ever fought in history. The film bankrolled by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions will hit the theatres on March 21. Parineeti Chopra will be seen as the female protagonist in the flick directed by Anurag Singh.
Kesari is undoubtedly one of the most ambitious projects of Akshay Kumar as well as Dharma Productions. The action scenes in the film are choreographed by Oscar-winning Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) fame stunt coordinator Lawrence Woodward. Earlier, in an interview with Mid-day, director Anurag Singh had revealed interesting details about everything that went behind the scenes on the sets of Kesari. "He (Lawrence Woodward of the Oscar-winning Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)) did extensive homework on the warfare techniques brought in by the British. He knew how to handle the old guns that we had sourced for the film. He took a while to adjust to the Indian working model because this was his first Bollywood film,'' he had said.
Talking about the research part, he said "We referred heavily to Gurinder Pal Singh Josan's book (The Epic Battle Of Saragaarhi). He researched the subject for 25 years and was able to locate the families of the 21 martyrs. Amarinder Singh's research on Saragahri and The Defence of the Samana Forts came in handy".
Watch Kesari Trailer here