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Sajjan is a typical Punjabi villager who makes the most of his life however dreams of a day when his homeland would be free and the Englishmen would salute them rather than Indians doing their bondage. Amid this, his dad figures out how to land him a position in the Indian British Army for his devoted administration to British. Albeit at first reluctant he takes up the activity to spread the message of “opportunity” to a bigger group of onlookers. On joining the ‘Lahore Division’ he buckles down and one day the regiment is called to battle for the Britishers against the Germans in the primary world war. His dad induces him to stay yet Sajjan being consistent with his statement of failing to back down takes the choice to go to Europe and battle.
One day the unforeseen is requested to continue to the war-front and battle the Germans. The Lahore regiment walks onwards and in the midst of a shower of shots and air strikes, they can catch the trench. A British banner flies high with the echoes of ‘Jo Bole So Nihaal!!’. There is ceaseless pressure, absence of sustenance, ammo and no reinforcement on the war zone for a considerable length of time.
Diljit Dosanjh has done full equity to his part and merits an overwhelming applause. He has really aced the workmanship now and is impeccable in his conveyance. After Punjab 1984 this is most likely his best work till date. All the diligent work he has put in turns out easily. Sunanda Sharma conveys a magnificent appeal to the screen and lights up the motion picture screen with her purity. In her first film just she has shone in the midst of other splendid performing artists.
General it is a splendid motion picture. Basically, splendid. Each individual who might go to see the motion picture will turn out with his/her head held high with satisfaction and respect. It flawlessly touches the center of the group of onlookers and that is the thing that influences this film to emerge.