Fan says Abhishek Bachchan played Captain Batra 'way better' than Sidharth Malhotra, Jr Bachchan reacts

Fan says Abhishek Bachchan played Captain Batra ‘way better’ than Sidharth Malhotra, Jr Bachchan reacts

New Delhi: The trailer of Shershaah released on Sunday and it left many beyond impressed. The war film is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra, who sacrificed his life for the country during the Kargil War in 1999. Sidharth malhotra will be seen playing the role of Kargil hero.From powerful background music that complements the pace of the trailer to some intense performances, the trailer features it all, making it safe to say that fans are in for a visual treat.

Reacting to the same, actor Abhishek Bachchan, who had essayed the role of Batra in “LOC: Kargil” took to Twitter and wrote, Loved it!! Such a wonderful way to honour one of India’s bravest sons! Best wishes @karanjohar @vishnu_dir @SidMalhotra @advani_kiara.”

One Twitter user wrote, “#ShershaahTrailer is awsm. No offense to Siddharth malhotra (awsm actor did a good job ) but I think @juniorbachchan played Capt. Vikram batra (pvc) way better in #LocKargil movie. (Was more energetic especially in that dialogue – ye Dil mange more , Durga Mata ki jai).” Abhishek replied with a folded hands emoji.

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Earlier too, another fan had tweeted saying, “Just watched #ShershaahTrailer starring @SidMalhotra but wanna tell everyone that No one can match effort/energy putten by @juniorbachchan in 2003 LOC:Kargil movie. He is the one and only reel life Vikram Batra. Always gives goosebumps while seeing and listening his dialogue.” Abhishek replied to him as well with a folded hand emoji.

LOC: Kargil is a historical war film that released in 2003. Helmed by JP Dutta, the film starred Sanjay Dutt, Ajay Devgn, Sunil Shetty, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukerji, Manoj Bajpayee, Ashutosh Rana, Esha Deol, Raveena Tandon, Mahima Chaudhry and others. While the upcoming Sidharth starrer will also feature Kiara Advani in a lead role.

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