Name of the film: Kesari (2019)
Starcast: Kumar Akshay, Chopra Parineeti, Bhatt Ashwath
Description: Kesari is Anurag Singh’s upcoming Indian Hindi – language film. It is based on the leading roles of the Battle of Zaragoza and stars Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra
Genre: Action Drama War
Date of release: March 20, 2019
Kesari (2019) Hindi Movie
KESARI is based on the true story of one of India’s bravest battles ever waged–the Saragarhi Battle. The year is 1897, and the British Empire is now trying to infiltrate Afghanistan after conquering most of India. Fort Saragarhi is a small communication post in the NWFP (North West Frontier Province) used to relay messages between two major military forts.
Gullistan and Lockhardt. Posting at Saragarhi is no matter of pride for the British Indian Army’s newly formed Sikh regiment. The Sikhs, marked in KESARI (Saffron) colour, symbolize courage and pride and the duty to die. Ishar Singh (Kumar from Akshay),
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A proud warrior who prefers to live by the rules of his community often finds himself in direct conflict with his British officers ‘ orders. Ishar is sent to Zaragoza as a punishment where he is awaited by a bunch of 20 unruly, undisciplined Sikh soldiers. And Ishar is leading this bunch of cheeky but lovable rouges
In the battle when on Sept. 12, 1897, an army of 10,000 Afghani Pathans arrived in Zaragoza. It’s on the battlefield now 21 Sikhs vs. 10,000 Afghans.
The story of the Battle of Saragarhi before Akshay Kumar – Parineeti Chopra’s Kesari:
Before Anurag Singh’s Kesari hits the theaters featuring Akshay Kumar and Parineeti Chopra, here is the incredible story of the Battle of Zaragoza which was fought in 1897.
Saragarhi was a small village in what was known at the time as the North-West Frontier Province and is now close to the border between Pakistan and Afghanistan. It was crucial as it lay between Fort Gulistan and Fort Lockhart, acting as a signpost between them, as the two forts were not in the same line of sight.
The Pasthun and Afridi tribesmen unsuccessfully attempted to take over Fort Gulistan and Fort Lockhart between August 27 and September 11, 1897. On September 11, 21 soldiers from the British Indian Army’s 36th Sikh Regiment were sent to Zaragoza as reinforcements to guard the post from any attack.