Vicky Kaushal shares a new look of Sardar Udham Singh shot in minus 15-degree temperature

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Sardar Udham will also see Banita Sandhu in a pivotal role, who worked with Shoojit in October. Amol Parashar has been cast in the role of Sardar Bhagat Singh. Udham Singh was greatly influenced by his ideas.

Vicky Kaushal will be seen in the title role in Sardar Udham Singh, a very important soldier of the Indian freedom struggle. According to the story in this film, Vicky will be seen in different looks and locations. Vicky is sharing these looks through his social media account. He shared one such look on Friday, which is from Eastern Europe, where it was shot at -15 degree temperature. 

Vicky told that this look of Sardar Udham Singh is from 1933 and belongs to the forests of Eastern Europe. Sardar Udham is directed by Shoojit Sircar. The story of the film is based on the revenge of the Jallianbala Bagh massacre, for which Sardar Udham Singh had waited for 21 years and took revenge by going to London and killing the British officer. The film presents the entire journey of Udham Singh. 

Earlier, Vicky shared another look, in which he is in a Sikh getup, and marks of wounds are visible on his face. With this look, Vicky had told that it is from 1931 when Udham Singh was lodged in an Indian jail. He was jailed for keeping the banned newspaper Ghadar-e-Goonj. He was later released but was under constant surveillance. After this, he fled to Europe and did not return to India. 

Sardar Udham Singh will release on Prime on 16 October. Banita Sandhu will also be seen in a pivotal role in the film, who has worked with Shoojit in October. Amol Parashar has been cast in the role of Sardar Bhagat Singh. Udham Singh was greatly influenced by his ideas and considered as his guru. Vicky shared Amol's look. The bulk of the film was shot in Russia, where the city of London was set. Shoojit also told that he was waiting to make this film ever since he entered the industry.