Kesari Trailer: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar is going to be seen again in the color of his patriotism. This time he will be seen in ‘Kesari’ movie, while shooting the war against Saragarhi with long beard and mustache. ‘Kesari’ trailer has been released by Akshay Kumar on his social media account.
Akshay Kumar’s acting role in this movie is Parineeti Chopra. Akshay Kumar is showing the zeal of his patriotism in the trailer. Their passion and passion are worth watching. Within a few minutes of the trailer release, it became very viral on the Internet. Akshay’s film ‘Kesari’ will be seen in the year 2019 on the occasion of Holi.
Akshay Kumar is coming out with ‘Kesari’ to make Tehelka after filming ‘Robot 2.0’. While Akshay Kumar will be seen in lead role in this movie, there will be co-actress Parineeti Chopra on the other hand.
Akshay Kumar is seen in the look of Angry Young Man with black dense beard, while Parineeti Chopra looks very beautiful in Punjabi suits. Akshay Kumar (Akshay Kumar) once again played the role of Sardar in this film which is being produced under the banner of Dharma Productions.
Anytime I watched a war movie, it was the love story of those brave men that kept me going..so proud to be a part of this epic experience!!! Thank you Akshay sir, Kjo & Anurag sir for allowing me to be a part of your vision. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/VTkzFwPA7c
— Parineeti Chopra (@ParineetiChopra) December 17, 2018
Let me tell you that Akshay Kumar, under the banner of Karan Johar’s production house Dharma, ended the final schedule of the film in Jaipur. Salman Khan was already partnering with Akshay and Karan for the same film, but Salman pulled out his hand from this project.
Feeling nothing but immense pride and gratitude while sharing this. Beginning my 2018 with #KESARI, my most ambitious film and a lot of passion. Need your best wishes as always ?? @dharmamovies@iAmAzure @SinghAnurag79 pic.twitter.com/NOQ5x7FKRK
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) January 5, 2018
‘Kesari’ will be a period drama. Directed by Anurag Singh. In 1897, this film was based on the Battle of Saragarhi (Battle of Saragari), a small contingent of the British Indian Army and the Afghan Army. In this war, only 21 Sikh jawans of British Indian Army had faced 10 thousand Afghan troops.