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Movie name – Shershaah

Release Date – August 12, 2021

OTT Platform - Amazon Prime Video


Sidharth Malhotra -Captain Vikram Batra

Vishal Batra - Vikram's Twin Brother

Kiara Advani -Dimple Cheema, Vikram Batra's fiance

Nikitin Dheer - Major Ajay Singh Jasrotia aka Jassi

Himmanshoo A. Malhotra - Major Rajeev Kapoor

Rakesh Dubey -Major Vijay Bhaskar

Abhiroy Singh - Major Subrata Mukherjee aka Subbu

Pawan Chopra - G.L. Batra, Vikram and Vishal's father

Rukman Khanna - Seema Batra

Ankita Goraya - Nutan Batra

Bijay Anand -Mr. Cheema, Dimple's Father

Manmeet Kaur - Mona

Krishnay Tuteja -Junior Vikram Batra

Kavay Tuteja -Junior Vishal Batra


Writer -Sandeep Srivastava


Cinematography - Kamaljeet Negi


Track Song Lyrics Music -


Title - Raataan Lambiyan

Lyrics - Tanishk Bagchi

Music - Tanishk Bagchi

Singer(s)- Jubin Nautiyal, Asees Kaur


Title - Ranjha

Lyrics - Anvita Dutt

Music - Jasleen Royal

Singer(s)- B Praak, Jasleen Royal


Title - Jai Hind Ki Senaa

Lyrics - Manoj Muntashir

Music -Vikram Montrose

Singer(s)- Vikram Montrose  


Title - Mann Bharryaa 2.0

Lyrics - Jaani

Music - B Praak

Singer(s)- B Praak       


Title - Kabhi Tumhe

Lyrics - Rashmi Virag

Music - Javed-Mohsin

Singer(s)- Darshan Raval


Running Time - 135 Minutes

Story Plot of the Movie – Shershaah

This is a story of a Param Vir Chakra awardee soldier - Captain Vikram Batra, who sacrificed his life fighting for India and became a household name during the Kargil War in 1999.

Captain Vikram Batra was posthumously awarded with the Param Vir Chakra, India's highest and most prestigious award for valor, for his actions during the 1999 Kargil War in Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

Captain Batra, codenamed Shershaah ahead of a key operation during the Kargil war


As a kid Vikram Batra sees the show Param Veer Chakra running on Doordarshan in his neighbors house an decides to become a solider.

A grown-up Vikram is now a soldier and is posted at Sopore, Jammu and Kashmir and allotted to the Delta company of the 13th Battalion of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles aka 13 JAK RIF.

This isn't the first time that Captain Vikram Batra has been portrayed in a movie. He appeared in 2003 film L.O.C. Kargil as well and was portrayed by Abhishek Bachchan.

If you are a SRK Fan sure you will remember SRK, you will enjoy it.

Siddarth Malhotra's first double role but has no scenes together.

There's a dialogue in film by Captain Vikram Batra - "Dil Maange More" that loosely translates to "The Heart Desires more" which was originally borrowed from the tagline of Pepsi, and was used in its advertisements during the 90s.

In movie Vikram Batra uses "Dil Maange More" codeword to inform the seniors that he and his team has completed the mission, captured the Indian point controlled by enemies

"Live by chance, love by choice and kill by profession" is Vikram's motto as a soldier.

"No one will die on my watch again," lieutenant Batra tells Captain Sanjeev "Jimmy" Jamwal (Shiv Pandit), six months his senior in the Indian Army. "If there is any casualty other than the enemy, it'll be me," Vikram says.

Review Star Rating for movie Shershaah

Story – Good

Music – Good

Background Music – Good

Lyrics – Good

Dialogues – Few Dialogues are good

Acting – Good

I will surly advice anyone to watch Shershaah instead of Bhuj the pride of India.

Star Rating – 2.5/5

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