Much- anticipated war film, the first ever on a Param Vir Chakra recipient; titled on the name of the martyr Subedar Joginder Singh has once again bombarded the internet with its next asset which was released yesterday by the makers ‘Seven Colors Motion Picture’. The inspiration to make this film on the brave Indian soldier who served the British Indian Army, and later the Indian Army, is drawn from the true to life events and incidents of his life that led him to become what he became and is now remembered in a reverential tone.
We all seem to have forgotten the chapter from the annals of our history, the Sino-Indian War, 1962, wherein, a handful of Sikh soldiers stood strong against the waves of thousands of Chinese army men, trying to intrude in our country. The film’s teaser showcases a series of events, which must have happened then. The makers have, to utmost precision, maintained the authenticity of the subject. It goes without saying that the teaser is strong, powerful, precise, and intricately planned. It, expeditiously, rushes through your sight leaving behind a deep impression on your mind; instantaneously arousing deep respect for the nation, and for the people who uninterruptedly work for the protection of its honour.
Gippy Grewal’s dialogue in the teaser, ‘For your kind information, this land belongs to India’ is a rage amongst the youth, already! His acting skills have surpassed his previous performances of a lover boy, and this film, in all likelihood, will turn out to be the best war film ever made in the history of Punjabi Cinema. Kudos to the entire team of Subedar Joginder Singh; whose sincere efforts of educating the masses about this brave soldier, and his supreme sacrifices for the nation have started delivering the results in the desired manner.
Said to be a biographical feature film is shot in the picturesque but vulnerable locations of Kargil & Dras, Rajasthan and Assam, with major portions shot at a height of 14000 feet, the film features Gippy Grewal, Guggu Gill, Kulwinder Billa, Aditi Sharma, Rajvir Jawanda, Roshan Prince, Karamjit Anmol, Sardar Sohi, Charan Ahuja, Loveleen Kaur Sasan, Nirmal Rishi, Jordan Sandhu, Baninderjit Singh (Bunny), Harish Verma, Raghveer Boli, Jaggi Singh, Gursharan Maan, and other contemporary artists.
Subedar Joginder Singh is all set to release during the first week of April 2018.
Watch the teaser of Subedar Joginder Singh
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