With the confirmation of Randeep Hooda as commander - Havaldar Ishar Singh, The BATTLE OF SARAGARHI is certainly the war (read movie) which everybody wants to be a part of.
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Following the announcement of the prolific Rajkumar Santoshi directing the historical epic for Wave Cinemas based on the 1897 war fought between 21 Sikhs and 10,000 Afghans last week on the occasion of Wave Cinemas group Chairman Raju Chadhaji's birthday.
Ajay Devgn immediately released its first look a couple of days ago. Though Ajay Devgn had made the announcement of his SON OF SARDAR sequel to be based on the historic battle much before but nothing further was heard.
Now with the confirmation of Randeep Hooda as commander - Havaldar Ishar Singh, the RajKumar Santoshi's directed epic has got a step further from Ajay Devgn. Ajay Devgn released the look, following this Rahul Mitra CEO of Wave Cinemas confirmed Randeep Hooda giving their BATTLE OF SARAGARHI the character. They have also announced the date of mahurat (first date of shoot) September 12.
The intense look of Randeep Hooda in the poster makes it's a good choice. The actor is on a song nowadays giving noticeable performances back to back in SARBJIT, LAAL RANG, he was last seen in the blockbuster SULTAN as Salman Khan's coach.
Randeep Hooda will play the military commander of the 36th Sikh's, today known as the 4th battalion of the Sikh regiment in the magnum opus. BATTLE OF SARAGARHI is being produced by Group Chairman Raju Chadha under the banner of Wave Cinemas.
While confirming Randeep Hooda CEO of Wave Cinemas Rahul Mittra also informs that the Mahurat shot on September 12 will be taken at Randeep at the Saragarhi Gurudwara in Amritsar.
The movie will be shot on locations of Chandigarh, Punjab other northern regions and international locations.
Randeep has already started preparing for the role and will be undergoing extensive training and will be studying Sikh history.
Now Randep Hooda has gone ahead in the battle at present, let's wait for Ajay Devgn's move.