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Kesari Movie: Akshay Kumar

Kesari Movie is an up and coming Indian activity movie and war movie featuring Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra in the number one spot jobs and coordinated by Anurag Singh. It recounts the account of Havildar Ishar Singh who takes an interest in the Battle of Saragarhi (in which a multitude of 21 Sikhs battled against 10,000 Afghans in 1897). The film is booked for discharge on March 21, 2019

Kesari Movie
Kesari Movie


  • Akshay Kumar as Havildar Ishar Singh
  • Parineeti Chopra
  • Mir Sarwar
  • Vansh Bhardwaj as Chanda Singh
  • Jaspreet Singh as Taklu
  • Vivek Saini as Sipahi Jiwan Singh

Promoting and discharge

The main look of the film was uncovered by Akshay through his Twitter handle on 12 September 2018. The second look was discharged on the Republic day on 26 January 2019 on Akshay's twitter handle. The official dramatic notice of the film is discharged on 11 February 2019. The looks at the film in three mystery recordings were discharged by Dharma Productions on 12 February 2019. New authority showy publication of the film is discharged on 20 February 2019. The official trailer of the film was discharged by Dharma Productions on 21 February 2019.


The Battle of Saragarhi was battled on September 12, 1897, amid the Tirah Campaign, that was battled between Sikh warriors of the British Indian Army and Pashtun Orakzai tribesmen of Afghanistan. It happened in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan which was then a piece of India.

The British Indian unforeseen included 21 Sikh officers who were positioned at a military post and were assaulted by around 10,000 Afghans. Driven by Havildar Ishar Singh, the Sikhs battled until the very end. This move is considered by antiquarians as one of history's most noteworthy last-stands.

The Battle of Saragarhi

The whole fight was described by Sepoy Gurmukh Singh who was the main survivor amid the fight. He was the person who sent signs to Colonel Haughton, arranged in Fort Lockhart, that they are enduring an onslaught as 10,000 Afghans achieved the flagging post at Saragarhi. Accordingly, the Sepoy got a demoralizing message that quick help can't be sent.

With no assistance in movement, the troopers chose to battle till their final gasp to keep the foe from achieving the fortifications. The Pashtuns broke a segment of the mass of the picket, with the pioneers supposedly making guarantees to the troopers to tempt them to surrender. After numerous thorough endeavors, the divider was broken murdering all the Sikh fighters aside from Sepoy Gurmukh Singh.

As indicated by reports he is expressed to have executed 20 Afghans. As he was kicking the bucket, he was said to have shouted over and over the Sikh call to war "Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal!" ("One will be honored everlastingly, who says that God is a definitive truth!").

The all out losses in the whole crusade, including the Battle of Saragarhi, numbered around 4,800. Ruler Victoria in British Parliament 1897 was heard saying, "It is no misrepresentation to record that the militaries which have the valiant Sikhs can't confront rout in war. 21 versus 10,000. "

The Sikh troopers

Havildar Ishar Singh, Naik Lal Singh, Naik Chanda Singh, Lance Naik Sundar Singh, Lance Naik Ram Singh, Lance Naik Uttar Singh, Lance Naik Sahib Singh, Sepoy Hira Singh, Sepoy Daya Singh, Sepoy Jivan Singh, Sepoy Bhola Singh, Sepoy Narayan Singh, Sepoy Gurmukh Singh, Sepoy Jivan Singh, Sepoy Gurmukh Singh, Sepoy Ram Singh, Sepoy Bhagwan Singh, Sepoy Bhagwan Singh, Sepoy Buta Singh, Sepoy Jivan Singh, Sepoy Nand Singh.

Saragarhi Day

It is a Sikh military recognition day celebrated on September 12 consistently to recognize the fight.