Sardar Udham: Sidharth Malhotra calls Vicky Kaushal starrer ‘a visual treat’ Taapsee Pannu wishes it goes as an official entry to Oscars

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Actor Vicky Kaushal recently released film, Sardar Udham has completely captivated people across the nation. Praises from every corner are flowing as they are highly impressed with Vicky’s role as Sardar Udham Singh. But the film not just left the fans smitten, even his celebrity friends are in awe of Shoojit Sircar’s directorial venture. Stars like Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani, Taapsee Pannu, Sara Ali Khan and more have reviewed the film and they can’t stop lauding the actor for his act.

Sidharth who even attended Sardar Udham screening in the city took to his Instagram stories wrote, “Vicky Kaushal bro, you’ve brought Sardar Udham Singh to life with such subtle nuanced, powerful performance”. He further hailed director Shoojit Sircar and wrote, “Shoojit Sircar sir, such detailed emotional storytelling and a visual treat“. His Lust Stories actor Kiara who also attended the screening, shared, “Vicky you are such a phenomenal actor! Congratulations to the entire team for telling this story 

Whereas Taapsee Pannu who has worked with Vicky in Manmarziyaan feels the film should go to the Oscars. “I sincerely wish and shall heart fully pray this one goes as an official entry to Oscars from India,” she shared on Instagram.

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Meanwhile, the film is based on the true-life events of Sardar Udham Singh who goes to London just to avenge the death of his countrymen. The assassination was carried out as revenge for the heinous 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. 

A part of the review read, “It is interesting how the premise of the film, the thin line between revolutionary and terrorism, and the arbitrary use of law are still relevant today, many years later post Independence. Something to ponder on definitely.

 

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