Randeep Hooda reminisces his shelved project on 'Battle of Saragarhi' Anniversary
Mumbai, September 13 (Bollywood Galiyara) Audiences always enjoy films made at real-life events. We may not be there at the time but with our films, we find a real life experience. One such incident that has a special place in the hearts of all Indians is the battle of Saragarhi. Yesterday 12 September marked the 124th anniversary of the war and actor Randeep Hooda commemorated it with his film shelf which was to be made to commemorate the killing of 21 Sikh soldiers.
Sharing his appearance in the film, he wrote,
"Some movies were not made but the stories last forever. In 1897 in the Northwest Frontier (today #afghanistan) 21 the decision to stand without obstacles and not to turn their backs on the enemy marks this 6.5 tense death war as one of the last places in the history of the world. Boleeeeeeeeeee sooo nihala..Saaaaaatsriakaaalaaa #Waheguru ji ka #Khalsa .. Waheguru ji ki Fateh #Saragarhiday ”
Randeep Hooda was to star in a film based on this war but the project was taken over because Akshay Kumar who was an actor Caesar was made on the same title. Randeep was fully prepared for the role and the actress had kept her hair uncut for about 3 years, as can be seen in the shared photo.
At work, the actor will appear in 'Unfair & Lovely' which is a social comedy film directed by Balwinder Singh Janjua. The star Ilena D'Cruz is about her and is based on Indian tendencies with beautiful skin. He will also appear on 'Rat on a Highway' directed by Vivek Singh Chauhan.
The actor will also appear in a web series titled 'Inspector Avinash' based on the real-life experience of police officer Avinash Mishra. Directed by Neeraj Pathak.