Yeh Dil Maange More!
Almost every Indian shouted this slogan after watching Shershaah!
It is not very often that you come across a movie that tears you apart and keeps your heart sparkling with pride at the same time. Especially when it is based on real life events and people.
So when Colors Cineplex announced a world television premiere of Shershaah on December 19 at 7:30 pm, we could not help but remember our favorite moments from this blockbuster.
Starring Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani, this film is a biographical film of the martyred Kargil war hero, Captain Vikram Batra, and is full of scenes that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Captain Vikram Batra always wanted to be “fawji”, as he affectionately called himself. For someone with such strong dreams, you would think he would be a regular soldier. No! He was amusing but a devoted soldier who dedicated his life to his nation.
Here are some exciting scenes from the movie that upset us and made us watch this movie over and over again.
The indoor scene
After spending his last trip back home with the love of his life and promising to start a new life with her as soon as he returns, he gets 4 tribe with her in Gurudwara. As she bids him farewell, he cuts his thumb with a cutter and fills her forehead in the most cinematic way.
The scene of the checkpoint
What begins as an occasional inspection is transformed into a battlefield without casualties, thanks to Lieutenant Batra. When Shershaah notices a car turning, he starts firing even though he has no authorization, but ends up capturing a significant enemy and saving the lives of his seniors. All this without hesitation and a lot of jokes!
‘Koi ek chalaye, tum 2 chalao’ – this logic made his elder realize how enchanting his presence is.
A story of love and true friendship
Those who love you will guide you properly. Always remember that. When Vikram decided to give up his dreams of becoming a soldier and joining the Merchant Navy, a friend told him one thing: “Koi soap tonta hai tochta hai but tom kud soap tuga tum tot jaoga”.
While Dibble was not very happy with his decision, she was first in line to greet him when he became a soldier. She also tells her father that she will not marry anyone if she can not marry Vikram. “Jida Na Hoya mera vihah Vikram nal, je main kadi vyaj nahi karungi”
This tale of love and friendship gives you more than any other!
The surprise attack
Being a soldier requires knowing your environment. One wrong move and your life is at stake. After taking a jackpot, they are attacked by enemies and while Captain Batra is attacked, he ends up losing Bansi, who is supposed to be back home in time for his daughter’s half birthday.
Only a true patriot will know the true meaning of trembling when the national flag of India is raised. Especially when it ‘s after war. The last scene of this movie will make you shudder. It is also Siddharth Malhotra’s favorite scene. The scene that follows will not only bring tears to your eyes but will make you feel a proud Indian.
Everyone with me – Durge Maata Ki Jai!
Although these 5 moments are not enough and we can go on and on, we leave it to you to calculate how many more we can add to the list.
Watch the full movie at Colors Cineplex on December 19 at 7:30 p.m. We are ready, are you?
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