Kesari Making Video: Know What Went Behind The Making Of The Film

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| March 12 , 2019 , 15:23 IST

Kesari is all set to release on 21st March and Akshay Kumar fans just can’t keep calm. The trailer has received an amazing response from all the corners and it’s been touted to have a grand level of VFX. The brains behind the film released a making video of the film on Tuesday which shows the efforts of the entire team.

Akshay shares in the video, “I had the best time doing action for Kesari because they were raw. The very premise of the film is something that swells my chest with pride. There are two major action sequences in the film.”

“Spiti was a beautiful place but it had it own challenges - high altitude and low oxygen. The action choreography was quite difficult. Also, to recreate a battle that took place in 1897, we had to learn the traditional battle style then.” the actor added.

Further, he said, “Kesari is based one epic battle of Sargarhi which was one of the most heroic battles seen in the history. It is a story about the courage of 21 Sikh soldiers who fought against 10000 invaders to defend their honour. The film also salutes the never-give-up attitude the Sikhs have.”

Even, director Anurag shared that the most interesting part to shoot was the climax of the movie. He said, “If you ask me what was the most interesting thing to choreograph, it was the climax where Akshay sir fights over a hundred men alone with his sword. That was just something else.”

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Kesari has been produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and reportedly made on a budget of Rs 60 crore. The movie will hit the theatres on March 21.

After Kesari, Akshay Kumar will be seen in upcoming films like Good News, Housefull 4 and Mission Mangal. Meanwhile, Parineeti Chopra will be seen in films like Jabariya Jodi and Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar.


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