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Shershaah New Movie 2021 review: Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani for yeh dil maange more.

New Movie 2021 viewers will sense that this is a cue for the character to end. It happens three minutes later, which really surprises you. Vikram Batra’s belief system would be changed by this kind of death. He tells his fellow officer Captain Sanjeev (Shiv Pandit) that nobody will ever be killed on his watch when he is promoted to the rank of commanding officer. He remarks on Bansi’s bullet. Shershaah New Movie 2021 review.





Star Cast: Sidharth Malhotra, Kiara Advani, Shiv Pandit, Nikitin Dheer, Sahil Vaid, Anil Charanjeett, Shataf Figar, Raj Arjun.

Director: Vishnu Varadhan

Releases Date: 12th August 2021.


Shershaah is about an hour long. We get a scene taken from every Indian film’s screenplay book. Any film that wants to get as many tears as possible. The story goes as follows: Vikram Batra (Sidharth) and Bansi (Anil Chakrajeett), are on night patrol in Jammu & Kashmir. They are there on the fringes of a war with Pakistan and have a heart-to-heart conversation. Bansi shows Durga, his daughter, and promises to carry her in his arms when he returns home from war. Batra, irritated by Bansi’s choice of words melts and promises to open an FD in Durga’s name to ensure he has a bright future.


The story of Vikram, a young couple, is not always in line with the whole narrative. It seems a little off-putting due to chemistry which doesn’t seem very palpable or dialects that are too distant from the characters. The pace picks up as Sidharth’s character transforms from a love-struck man to an army officer. The director tries hard to recreate moments that Sidharth had recorded days before his death or about which his brother Vishal spoke to the media, despite the fact that they seem to be plausible work for the movie.

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Sidharth as Vikram Batra shows remarkable restraint and a tremendous evolution as an actor. The final act of the movie, where the Indian forces launch an offensive against their enemy, is the most memorable. The scenes have a touch of reality and will truly move viewers in the same way that the spirit of the Indian Army was captured. There is actual television footage of Captain Batra narrating the story of how he and his troops took control of strategically located Pakistani bunkers. It is amazing to think that Batra had just hours earlier killed three enemy soldiers in combat hand-to-hand. Malhotra’s accent is completely different in the film version of the interview. It would have been better to keep doing what he did earlier. There is no trace of Captain Batra’s distinctive Pahadi-Punjabi accent in this word.

It’s amazing how well-choreographed Shershaah’s actions are, and thankfully there is a lot. The closing act, where the Indian forces launch an offensive against the enemy is truly moving. These are the moments when the film intentionally distances itself from jingoism. It is a blink-and-miss moment that really surprises. Captain Batra’s troops seize control of a Pakistani bunker and raise the Tricolour on the roof. In the corner of that frame, you will see an Indian soldier carefully folding the flag from Pakistan.


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