On Vijay Diwas, team ‘Pippa’ has conjointly place out some fascinating stills from the future war drama to honour the heroes of the 1971 war
This year’ Vijay Diwas is exceptional for all those excited regarding the Ishaan Khatter-starrer ‘Pippa’.
As India commemorates the fiftieth day of the 1971 Indo-Pak war that crystal rectifier to the liberation of Bangladesh on Gregorian calendar month sixteenth 1971, producers RSVP and Roy Kapur Films declared the discharge date of their upcoming film.
a real story of a whole family on the front lines, this epic war drama can hit theatres on Gregorian calendar month 9, 2022.
Team ‘Pippa’ has place out some fascinating stills from the future war drama to honour the heroes of the 1971 war.
within the stills, Ishaan is seen commandeering associate amphibious war tank (“Pippa”), that vie a serious role in the war.
Ishaan conjointly shared the still on his Instagtram account and wrote, “Blood sweat and tears. within the inside of shoot and it’s already one in all my best picture taking experiences so far.”
“We’re putting in place the work to bring an honest, visceral associated authentic story of fanfare and sacrifice, however conjointly chumminess and brotherhood to the massive screens for you.. and lest I forget – the story of a military family navigating a war. ninth December, 2022. Mark the date,” he added.
The action-packed pic is on its thanks to transportation an excellent chapter of history to the big screen, and also the stills build us excited for what it’s future for viewers.
‘Pippa’ is presently picture taking across Amritsar, West Bengal, Ahmednagar and Mumbai.
it’s an adaptation of the book The Burning Chaffees, written by brigadier general Balram Singh Mehta, that follows the story of the war veteran brigadier general Mehta of the forty fifth Cavalry tank squadron (essayed by Khatter) who fought within the war of 1971.
created by Ronnie Screwvala associated Siddharth Roy Kapur, prima Ishaan Khatter, Mrunal Thakur, Priyanshu Painyuli and Soni Razdan, and directed by Raja avatar Menon, it’s a first-of-its-kind action-packed war film that highlights the role of the impressive Russian amphibious war tank, the PT-76, popularly and fondly referred to as “Pippa”, in an epic tale of redemption, valour, victory…and family.