Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif’s royal wedding is the talk of the town. The duo has mesmerized their fans by sharing their beautiful wedding pictures and finally making their wedding official. The duo tied the knot today at Six Senses Fort in Rajasthan.
Meanwhile, another important piece of information about Vicky’s much-awaited film ‘Sam Bahadur’ has come to the fore.
Recently, Vicky has told in an interview that the shooting of this film will start in the middle of next year.
Vicky will play Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw
At an event of Film Companion, Vicky has revealed that the shooting of his film ‘Sam Bahadur’ will start in the middle of August.
There was a lot of doubt about this film for a long time. Vicky was invited to the event after his stellar performance in ‘Sardar Udham’.
It is a biopic film on the life of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, in which Vicky will play Manekshaw.
This is when Vicky broke his silence
In this program, when he was asked what he is most looking forward to in 2022, he took the name of this biopic film.
He said, “I am really looking forward to Sam Manekshaw’s project. I am nervous about this film and that is why I am also very excited. It is a huge responsibility and I am looking forward to working with Meghna Gulzar again.”
Vicky’s first look was revealed in 2019
Meghna Gulzar is directing the film. The film was announced in 2019 and that’s when the makers shared Vicky’s first look from the film. He looked very attractive in the uniform of a military officer.
Gulzar and Ronnie Screwvala’s production company RSVP had revealed the name of the film on Manekshaw’s birth anniversary this year.
The post read, ‘On the birth anniversary of Sam Manekshaw, his story finds its name. Sam Bahadur.’
Fatima Sana Shaikh is also in talks for the film
According to a report in Pinkvilla, actress Fatima Sana Shaikh has been cast as the lead heroine of the film. It is being said that she has liked the character. An official announcement in this regard can be made soon.
Know who is Manekshaw
He was the first Indian Army officer to be promoted to the rank of Field Marshal. There were five wars in Manekshaw’s military career spanning four decades.
His military victory in the Indo-Pak war of 1971 led to the creation of Bangladesh. Manekshaw was also honored with Padma Vibhushan by the Government of India in 1972.
After retiring as Chief of Army Staff in 1973, he moved to Wellington, where he died in 2008.