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Jun 07, 2020, 07:26 PM IST

In Bollywood, all works like TV and film shooting, technical work and post production have been closed since 19 March. Four phases of lockdown are over. Now the country has come into unlocking mode. Film organizations have also put forward the demand to resume shooting by issuing guidelines. In the midst of all this, Vicky Kaushal has shared the news related to the biopic of martyr Sardar Udham Singh on Instagram.

Vicky wrote – We Begin Again

Vicky has written the poem about the start of post production. They write- When nature gestured we heard. Running fast, we changed gears to come in slow motion. Now a call has come again. There is an enthusiasm but with caution. There is a hunger to start everything again. With this feeling we begin, again … from tomorrow, June 8.

Will be released in January 2021

The shooting of the film on Sardar Udham Singh started in October 2019. The film was planned to be released on 2 October 2020, but after three months of lockdown, it will now be released on 15 January 2021. The film is directed by Shoojit Sarkar and produced by Ronnie Screwvala. In an interview to the agency, director Shoojit Sarkar had said – This is a difficult film, which will have to be kept in post production for a long time.

Such is the story of the film

Udham Singh was an eyewitness to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre on 13 April 1919. On March 13, 1940, 21 years after the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, Sardar Udham Singh had a chance to avenge the massacre. He had shot and killed the Governor General of Punjab, Michael O’Dwyer in London. However, on 4 June 1940, Udham Singh was convicted of murder and on 31 July 1940 he was hanged in the Pentonville Jail.

Uri: Aditya Dhar, director of The Surgical Strike, best wishes with The Trivia.

On this post of Vicky, Aditya Dhar, director of the film Uri, has also shared the matter related to the film. Aditya wrote – June 8, but 2018 was the first day of Uri’s shooting. Best of luck my wikku. Dua do you break all records with this film too.

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