Sam Bahadur (2023)

Sam Bahadur (2023) Storyline

Sam Bahadur (2023): Revolves around the high and low points of Sam Manekshaw who became the first Indian Army officer to be promoted to the rank of Field Marshal.

Sam Mankeshaw is one of the first cadets to be trained in the Indian Military Academy. After graduating he is posted second lieutenant to the 12th Frontier Force Regiment, Ferozpur and soon he meets Sillo Bode with whom he married later.In 1942 during the Second World War he is promoted as a major and sent to Burma where in the battle of Sitlang Bridge he gets wounded badly but survived the attack and is awarded gallantry. In 1947 post partition he is convinced by his colleague Major Yahya Khan to join the Pakistani army but he chooses to join Indian Army. Mankeshaw’s achievements didn’t stop here and he played a major role during the 1962 Sino-Indian War and the 1971 Indoa-Pak War. 

Sam Bahadur (2023) Overview

Genre: Biography, Drama, War

Original Language: Hindi

Director: Meghna Gulzar

Producer: Ronnie Screwvala

Writer: Meghna Gulzar, Bhavani Iyer, Shantanu Srivastava

Release Date (Theaters): Dec 1, 2023  Limited

Runtime: 2h 20m

Production Co: RSVP

Sound Mix: Surround

Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)

Sam Bahadur (2023) Review

“Sam Bahadur” is an exciting and inspiring film experience that pays heartfelt tribute to our country’s unsung heroes. Meghna Gulzar directed the film with precision and flair, which not only captivates the viewer with its fascinating plot but also celebrates the exceptional life of Sam Manekshaw, who is brilliantly portrayed by Vicky Kaushal.Kaushal’s performance is nothing short of phenomenal, as he effortlessly embodies the persona of the legendary Sam Manekshaw. His nuanced portrayal captures the essence of the military icon, bringing depth and authenticity to the character. Kaushal’s dedication to the role is apparent, and he succeeds in immersing the audience into the world of the celebrated army officer.The film’s narrative unfolds seamlessly, providing a gripping account of Manekshaw’s life, his leadership during critical moments in Indian history, and the challenges he faced. The screenplay is both informative and emotional, hitting the appropriate mix between historical accuracy and captivating storytelling.

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