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Ajay Devgn’s 'Sons Of Sardaar' poster becomes a talking point

Ajay Devgn’s 'Sons Of Sardaar' poster becomes a talking point





For nearly a year now, actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn has nursed a dual dream. One is 'Shivaay', which releases on Diwali this year, and the other is his next home production, 'Sons of Sardaar' (SOS), the script of which has reached mid-point. Ask the actor why he chose to obsess over two projects simultaneously and he replies, "I run a big enough production company. We can definitely make multiple projects. In fact, why two, we have a third and fourth film also in the pipeline. Yes, I'm currently obsessing over 'Shivaay' that is releasing on October 28, and SOS, the script of which has covered a lot of ground because that will be the next film in which I will be directly involved.'' Ajay reminds us that a year ago, he had announced SOS based on the Battle of Saragarhi fought by the Sikh warriors on September 12, 1897. "I am a proud member of the Punjabi community and the Saragarhi war touched a chord." "It epitomised the strength and valour of the Sikh community. I salute the 21 Sikhs who were the heroes of this mission and I want to show their bravery on screen," he adds.



continuing with their research even as his writing team puts pen to paper making notable changes along the way, feels this is a piece of history that needs to be documented on celluloid on a lavish scale. "I shared earlier that I want this project to have the scale of an international epic. Actually, I want it to be one of the biggest films that comes from India. Hence, the prep and the research is extensive. The budget runs into hundreds of crores. So, we have to ensure our preparation is detailed and perfect. When you are taking a chapter from history, that too, one which is a war epic, you have to go through the script a hundred times over with a fine-tooth comb. For me, SOS is not just an ambitious film, it is also a sentimental one. I have been fascinated and moved when I read about the Battle of Saragarhi. I have always secretly saluted the Sikhs who participated in it. But I feel I will be doing full justice to them only when I bring their story alive on screen," he says. Ajay has a dream cast in mind. "We have spoken to certain actors but I would not like to divulge any names. It is unfair to give out a wish list till the paperwork is done,'' he states.

As he shares his poster design with us, the actor adds, "The script is 60 per cent ready. But this poster is already occupying pride of place on the walls of my office. Once I'm through with the post-production work of Shivaay, I'm going to sink my teeth fully into SOS. The writing team and I are in touch, so I'm completely clued in on the twists and turns of the draft.'' As he signs off, he adds, "I'm not partial to either of my kids. Likewise, I cannot decide which of my two films, 'Shivaay' or SOS, I'm more inclined towards. Both have my undivided attention. The release of 'Shivaay' is two and a half months away, so that one screams 'urgent' right now. But believe me when I say that I'm equally dedicated to SOS at this point. Yes, I'm nursing a dual dream currently.''


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