Sam Bahadur

Sam Bahadur

Release Date: 1st December, 2023

Genre: Biography, Drama, War

Language: Hindi

Star Cast: Vicky Kaushal

Director: Boyapati Srinu

Writer: Boyapati Srinu

Producers: Srinivasaa Chitturi, Pawan Kumar

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Sam Bahadur Movie – Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Review and Other Details

Release Date01 December 2023
GenreBiography, Drama, War
Duration2h 28min
CastVicky Kaushal , Sanya Malhotra , Fatima Sana Shaikh , Neeraj Kabi
DirectorMeghna Gulzar
WriterShantanu Shrivastava, Meghna Gulzar
ProducerRonnie Screwvala
Production HouseRSVP
CinematographyJay I. Patel
MusicKetan Sodha, Shankar–Ehsaan–Loy
Budget₹ 55 Crore

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Sam Bahadur Movie Story

In Sam Bahadur, Vicky Kaushal plays Field Marshall Sam Maneckshaw aka. Sam Bahadur, who was the Chief of Army Staff during the India-Pakistan war of 1971. Sanya Malhotra will play his wife Silloo Maneckshaw, while Fatima Sana Sheikh will portray the role of Late Smt. Indira Gandhi. 

Sam Bahadur Box Office Collection

India box office Nett₹ 89.81 Cr
India box office Gross₹ 106.92 Cr
Overseas Gross₹ 17.48 Cr
Worldwide collections Gross₹ 124.4 Cr

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Sam Bahadur Movie Review

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Having not read his biography yet, the movie was very informative. Vicky Kaushal holds our attention in every scene and when he is not there I find myself waiting for him to reappear. He performs Manekshawji with impact, aplomb and grace. Though it is a complete imitation of the real man, sometimes with exaggeration, it works wonderfully for the movie. Sanya and Sana Sheikh did well and did not ruin the experience. They added to it beautifully in fact, without taking too much attention to themselves. All the other actors also complement Kaushal well. Overall a good one-time watch. Of course one can never hope to bring together 94 years of rich experience on celluloid in 2.5 hrs and that too such a legendary one. We should give the movie that consideration and be happy they could cover enough to create in people a genuine interest to know more about this great man.

The musical scores add beautifully to the movie enriching the experience. War scenes could have been slightly better but don’t ruin the experience for sure. I am glad they focused on the man rather than on the war scenes in fact. So not complaining.

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