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Vicky Kaushal is heading to Sam Bahadur Promotions, rocking his long beard avatar and looking dapper in casuals

Vicky Kaushal has been in the headlines ever since the release of the teaser for Sam Bahadur, his next movie. The movie, which has a December 1 release date, is scheduled to compete with Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal. It seems like Vicky is preoccupied with film promotion ahead of its release. He was seen today with a casual appearance at the airport. Supporters couldn’t help but show him their affection. Notably, one of the most anticipated movies of the year is Sam Bahadur.theindiaprint.com winter is coming residents of delhi ncr wake up to the coldest day of the season a

Vicky is seen in the Viral Bhayani-shared video sporting fitting pants and a basic gray t-shirt. The actor paired his ensemble with some stylish sunglasses. He even showed off his facial hair, and shortly after, supporters could be seen sending fiery emojis. He was even referred to as hot by many. Vicky Kaushal plays Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, a renowned figure in the Indian Army, in the biographical drama Sam Bahadur. The movie also features Sanya Malhotra and Fatima Sana Shaikh.

“Zindagi unki, itihaas hamara,” Vicky Kaushal said while posting the trailer to his Instagram account. Vicky Kaushal’s character Sam Bahadur delivers a stirring speech to his warriors at the beginning of the teaser. “A soldier can also sacrifice his life for his uniform,” he continues. “Ek soldier apne wardi ki izzat ke liye apne jaan bhi de sakta hai.” The 1971 Indo-Pak War is then shown, showing how Sam Bahadur seized the initiative and led India to victory. A peek of Fatima Sana Shaikh in the role of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is also seen in the teaser. It also discloses that Sanya Malhotra will feature in the movie as Vicky Kaushal’s spouse.

Over four decades and five wars, India’s first Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw served in the armed forces. Bangladesh was founded as a result of his military success in the 1971 Indo-Pak War, and he was the first Indian Army general to be appointed to the rank of Field Marshal.

 

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