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Watch Kesari Trailer: Akshay Kumar as valiant Sikh soldier will awaken the patriot in you

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Kesari is Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra’s Holi treat to the audience as it will hit the screens on March 21.

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New Delhi Updated on: February 21, 2019 11:28 IST
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Akshay Kumar as valiant Sikh soldier and his tribe will awaken the patriot in you 

Akshay Kumar, Parineeti Chopra starrer Kesari trailer has finally hit the internet and how! As much as the fans were waiting for the trailer of the film, the actor made sure that one good look at it and the patriot in you will be awakened for life. Akshay Kumar plays the role of Havildar Ishwar Singh in the film who led the Sikhs in the Battle of Saragarhi. In the fight, 21 Sikhs, who were a part of British Indian Army, fought valiantly 10,000 Afghan Orakzai Tribesmen in North-West Frontier Province in 1897.

Announcing the launch of Kesari trailer, Akshay Kumar wrote on Twitter, "21 Sikhs vs 10,000 invaders - witness the bravest battle ever fought. 

Kesari Trailer Review

The trailer starts with Akshay Kumar's voice over who claims that the war is about to begin. Akshay Kumar bites into the skin of his character to the core and one is bound to get goosebumps when he screams the most popular dialogue from the film, "Aaj meri pagdi bhi Kesari, jo bahega mera woh lahoo bhi Kesari, aur mera jawaab bhi Kesari." The trailer takes us into the war zone with perfection and also hints at the love story between Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra. In the trailer, it is quite evident that we will be left wanting for revenge from the Afghans as much as the 21 Sikh soldiers.

Watch Kesari Trailer here-

Akshay Kumar has once again proved that age is just a number, and no one can do action scenes like he can. In the film, the actor was required to do a number of action scenes which were being coordinated by stunt coordinator Lawrence Woodward of the Oscar-winning Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) fame. Not just the fans but Akshay Kumar himself was very excited for the film. In an interview earlier, the actor claimed, “I have been shooting for ‘Kesari’ since the last one and a half months, and every time that I wear the taaj (turban) on my head, I am filled with pride.”

The makers have been treating the fans with posters and teasers of the film for a while and they all have become the talk of the town. Sharing the new poster on Wednesday, Akshay Kumar wrote, ‘’The untold story of the bravest battle ever fought begins to unravel TOMORROW! #KesariTrailerTomorrow #Kesari.’’

In an interview with Mid-day, director Anurag Singh revealed interesting details about everything that went behind the scenes on the sets of Kesari and said, "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.”

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".

Kesari is Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra’s Holi treat to the audience as it will hit the screens on March 21.

 

Also Read:

Akshay Kumar gives tribute to 21 Sikhs who fought against 10000 invaders in Kesari; Watch

Kesari teaser part 2: Akshay Kumar shares glimpse of the bravest battle ever fought

Kesari teaser part 3: Akshay Kumar shares another glimpse of his much-awaited film

 

 

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