Mumbai: Vicky Kaushal’s another film ‘Sardar Udham Singh’, a biopic based on the incredible legendary warrior is set to release on October 2. Indian film critic and analyst Taran Adarsh shared the update on his Twitter handle. He composed, “Release date finalized: 2 Oct 2020. Vicky Kaushal in and as Sardar Udham Singh. Directed by Shoojit Sircar. Written by Ritesh Shah and Shubendu Bhattacharya. Delivered by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar.” The first look of the film highlighting the ‘URI’ actor came out on April 30, this year. In the first teaser, Vicky is seen wearing a vintage look with a long coat and a hat in his hand.

Helmed by Shoojit Sircar, Vicky will be seen essaying the role of Udham Singh in the film. Singh, a revolutionary belonging to the Ghadar Party, killed Michael Dwyer in vindicating for Jallianwala Bagh slaughter in Amritsar. The film is penned by Ritesh Shah and Shubendu Bhattacharya and produced by Ronnie Lahiri and Sheel Kumar.

The upcoming biopic is going to clash dates with the Hindi remake of Sylvester Stallone’s ‘Rambo’, featuring Tiger Shroff which is directed by Siddharth Anand. Apart from the biopic, Vicky too highlights in Karan Johar’s upcoming period show ‘Takht’ and debutante Bhanu Pratap Singh’s horror film ‘Bhoot Portion One – The Haunted Ship’.

This is the story of a freedom fighter who condemned killing a monster like Dwyer who slaughtered 1526 individuals in Punjab. Udham Singh was buried in London and like other freedom fighters, his sacrifice for his land is overlooked in India.

In an extraordinary opportunity battling party which condemned the murder of a creature like Dwyer who slaughtered 1526 individuals in Punjab. Udham Singh was buried in London and like other opportunity warriors, he is overlooked in India. Michael Dwyer was the monster who massacred 1526 innocent unarmed peaceful Indians in Jalian wala Bagh in 1919. Udham Singh was a 19 years old volunteer who was serving Water to the 20,000 people gathered in the garden at the festival of Baisakhi. They were brutally massacred by Gen Dwyer and Udham Singh was live witness to it. He wanted to avenge the brutality and get some sense of justice to these martyrs.

Mayawati named a District in Uttarakhand after him in 1995, perhaps the only good deed she has done in her life, and in 1974 his remains were exhumed and brought to Bharat and he was cremated here. His ashes are in an urn in Jalian Wala Bagh. Let this message be passed to generations next.