Directed By :Anurag Singh
Actor : Akshay Kumar
Actress : Parineeti Chopra
Produced By : Karan Johar ,Aruna Bhatia
Written By : Anurag Singh
Music Director : Jasbir-Jassi
Genre: Action ,Drama ,History
Release Date : 21-03-2019
The story about courage and courage is KESARI. 1897 was the year. He is posted somewhere in the present Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the Sikh Regiment. Hawaldar Ischary Singh (Akshay Kumar). The regiment witnesses a woman being killed for not marrying by a group of Afghan tribesmen. Although he was told to not get involved by the superior British officer, Ishar attacked and saved the Afghans. He’s angry, and Ishar is sent to Saragarhi Fort as a punishment, which is considered to be the place of “nothing.” Ishar Singh reaches and realizes that the 20 Sikh soldiers stationed in this fort as part of the 36th regiment make joy because they know that there are no wings.
Interesting and inspiring is the story of Girish Kohli and Anurag Singh. While a TV show was on this battle, it still hasn’t been due to this episode. Therefore, KESARI will certainly educate the public on this historical incident. For most parts, screenplay by Girish Kohli and Anurag Singh is effective. The first half is both light and tense.
The direction of Anurag Singh is clean and straightforward. The sequences flow very well, even if he could have done better work in the first half. He succeeds in raising the audience with Afghans. Furthermore, on behalf of the British the 21 Sikh soldiers actually fight, and this angle could have affected the effect. The director, however, takes good care of this. In the second half, there will be only one root for the 36th regiment. On the other hand, one wants to see the execution at certain points a little better.
KESARI is, in general, a courageous and inspiring story of courage and patriotism in the dramatic sequence of fighting as its USP. In the box office, the classes and masses are both popular, while the weekend for four days is good for the manufacturers.