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Best Moments Of Shershaah – AmazonPrimeVideo

Best Moments Of Shershaah – AmazonPrimeVideo

This article is written by Rakhi ( Instagram: @rakhii_23 )

Shershaah is a biographical war film of Indian Army Captain Vikram Batra, awarded with the Param Vir Chakra, India’s highest award for valour for his actions during the 1999 Kargil War. Starring Siddharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani as lead roles in the film.

The movie has a runtime of 135 minutes in total will give you satisfaction in watching and leave you blind by Siddarth Malhotra’s brilliant acting as Captain Vikram Batra.

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Here are some best moments of Shershaah – AmazonPrimeVideo

1. The letter exchange

It’s mesmerizing and nostalgic to see the letter conversations in the movie. Those letters contained more emotions than any other type of communication. They are still the souvenir of Vikram and Dimple’s love.

2. The conversation of Vikram and Sunny

Best Moments Of Shershaah - AmazonPrimeVideo

When Vikram said “Ya toh tiranga fehra kar aaunga ya usme lipat kar” we all felt goosebumps. That scene reflects patriotism to a next level.

3. The proposal by Vikram

Best Moments Of Shershaah – AmazonPrimeVideo

The simplicity of this scene is incomparable. The way Vikram expressed himself in the most truthful words making them sound more beautiful than any kind of flowery words is itself the epitome of his love.

4. The “Unofficial” Wedding

Best Moments Of Shershaah - AmazonPrimeVideo

Vikram was so committed to Dimple that he couldn’t wait to get married to her. He held Dimple’s hand once and swore to never let it go. His love is still eternal as Dimple calls herself his “widow.”

5. “Ye Dil Mange More” scene

The situation of war was stressful and unkind to all. But Vikram kept everyone’s spirits high by keeping his humour and Bollywood side up. His unique personality and never-ending passion made all of us laugh and cry.

6. The cremation scene

When Dimple reaches the sight of Vikram’s body in flames, her eyes depicted all the pain at once. Watching that scene without tears is next to impossible, even the song “Mann bharya” suits the setting perfectly. That unrequited love pouring as pain from Dimple’s eyes is greatest of all.

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