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Vicky Kaushal to be seen on the silver screen with the film Ashwatthama


Vicky Kaushal

The last time we saw Vicky Kaushal was in the film called Uri: The Surgical Strike released this year during the eve of Republic Day. Aditya Dhar did his debut in direction with this film has impressed everyone playing the fictitious Army officer Major Vihaan Singh Shergill that led the surgical attacks in the film has helped him gain loads of applauds for his incredible performance. The film is based on the surgical attack carried out on 18th September 2016 by the Indian army to avenge the death of 19 Indian soldiers in Uri from the Pak army.

Now, as per the latest reports, we see the actor Vicky Kaushal along with the director is seen uniting for another period war movie called Ashwatthama. The film talks about the war having the mythological character of Ashwatthama at the center. The makers of Uri are now gearing up for the said period war film produced by Ronnie Screwala, and it will be directed by the same director with having Vicky in the lead role. The sources informed that the film will hit the floor in the third quarter of the film and would be released on a large scale.

The film will cover the war between Kauravas against the Pandavas in Mahabharat’s Kurukshetra war where Ashwatthama the son of guru Dronacharya along with his brother Kripi fought. Talking about the film, Aditya said that the script will be finalized which has been in progress since the past few years. At the same time, the makers are working on another film called Raat Baaki, which will have Fawad Khan and Katrina Kaif in the led role. However, the film is on hold considering the ban on Pak based actors. But the makers are hoping to start it soon.

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