Sardar Udham: 5 reasons to watch Vicky Kaushal, Shoojit Sircar's film NOW
Here are five things that amazed us while watching Vicky Kaushal, Shoojit Sircar's Sardar Udham, the latest masterpiece steeming on Amazon Prime Video
Vicky Kaushal, Shoojit Sircar's Sardar Udham is being praised by film critics and audiences alike. Many politicians and celebs have shared their reviews on social media plaforms. Former Member of Rajya Sabha Ravi Shankar Prasad tweeted, "Watched #SardarUdham- an extraordinary movie, on @PrimeVideo which so creatively portrays the anger, agony, pain and revulsion that every Indian felt over the massacre of peaceful Indians in Jallianwala Bagh in 1919."
The film has won the hearts of worldwide audiences, not just in India, directed by Shoojit Sircar, produced by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar and based on the life of revolutionary Sardar Udham Singh. Here are 5 reasons we should watch Shoojit Sircar's Sardar Udham.
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Story: This film transports us back into the days of Udham Singh’s life when he was in Punjab and when he went to different parts of the world. The transformation through different phases of his life was smooth. Kudos to the director Shoojit Sircar, who set the period exceptionally well.
In one of his interviews, Shoojit Sircar stated that he had never been to London. And without Sircar and his team of cinematographers and production team conducted to create lavish sets that represented London in the early 19th century.
Vicky Kaushal: With this film, Vicky has proved his acting skills are way better than his film industry counterparts. Vicky's versatile talent in nailing every role makes him one of India's favourite actors who is up for any challenge. He has amazed everyone as Sardar Udham, and fans have enjoyed his portrayal thoroughly. Many called this Vicky's one of his career’s best performances to date, Vicky’s emotions and feelings as Udham was deeply felt and his tears in the movie became the audiances' tears. Also Read: Finally, Vicky Kaushal reacts to 'Roka' reports with Katrina Kaif and more
Cast: Shaun Scott as Micheal O’Dwyer, Banita Sandhu as Reshma, Shaun Scott as Micheal O’Dwyer, Amol Parashar as Bhagat Singh, Stephen Hogan as Detective Inspector John Swain were treats for the viewer's eyes. Playing roles from the past with limited knowledge can be challenging. But the above cast did a great job by going into the character’s skin, be it the artists who performed the role of Britishers or the actors who took active support in India's freedom struggle. All were on point casting.
Visual: The depiction of the horrific episode of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, which later inspired Udham Singh to kill Sir Micheal O'Dwyer has left a hard-hitting impression. The visual replica of this event sent chills down the spine of the audience.
The whole scene was so compelling that it overwhelmed everyone watching this film. Udham Singh, who witnesses the horror and does his best to save the wounded, is a view that made the people's heart-wrenching.