Upcoming Project: ‘Shamshera’ has the Backdrop of 18th-century British Rule

Ranbir Kapoor, who often does romantic comedies, has now turned his steps towards action films. His next three films are such which are of the action genre.
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Ranbir Kapoor, who often does romantic comedies, has now turned his steps towards action films. His next three films are such which are of the action genre. They are 'Shamshera', 'Animal' and 'Brahmastra'. The shooting of 'Shamshera' has been completed. he is ready. 'Brahmastra' is being told in the post-production stage, while 'Animal' shooting He is going to start soon.

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Trade sources associated with 'Shamshera' have clarified that the film has just a backdrop of British rule. Basically, it is a revenge drama. As it was director Karan Malhotra's earlier 'Agneepath'. There Hrithik Roshan avenges his father's death from Kancha Cheena i.e. Sanjay Dutt. Before Karan, the same was seen in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's films '1942: A Love Story' and 'Shikara'. '1942: A Love Story' was the backdrop of British rule, but it was basically the love story of Anil Kapoor and Manisha Koirala. Similarly, the love story of the youth of Shikara was narrated against the backdrop of an exodus of Kashmiri Pandits.

Sanjay Dutt is in the role of a jailer

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Sanjay Dutt is also in 'Shamshera'. In this film Ranbir Kapoor's character takes revenge for the death of his loved ones from Sanjay Dutt. Sanjay Dutt is in the role of a jailer of British rule in this. He does bad to Ranbir i.e. Shamshera's family. Shamshera takes his revenge. To make this revenge drama larger than life, the story is set during the British rule of the 18th century. Ranbir's war is with Sanjay Dutt as well as British soldiers and soldiers.

Shamshera has been designed according to the big-screen experience

A source close to the film said, "It has the same flavor and flair of action as Quentin Tarantino's period films have. Here Sanjay Dutt's character of British era jailer and clash of rebel and freedom fighter Ranbir Kapoor i.e. Shamshera has been designed according to the big screen experience. Ranbir has not only done action with sword and fireball in that sense, but he has also fought a war on horseback. Ronit Roy's character is also from Shamshera's camp.

Makers are waiting for theaters to open

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The fight sequences are mostly shot in Filmcity. For some sequences, the crew went to Ladakh outdoors, where action sequences were shot for 21 days. The interesting thing is that the makers did not make Ranbir Kapoor six or eight-pack abs. His Dole Sholay was not made bulky (heavy). That too because he is portrayed as the leader of the gang. Like the hidden Rustom, he kills enemies with more mental activity than a physical fight. The film is ready, but the makers are waiting for the theaters to open. They do not want to spoil the habit of the audience watching cinema by selling it on OTT.

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