The first look has premiered for the upcoming 2021 film “Major.”
“Major” is a biopic based on the life of the real-life hero Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan and it talks about his childhood, his personal life, his life in the academy and also shows how this valiant soldier saved the lives of numerous hostages before being martyred by the terrorists who wreaked havoc in the Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai, India on November 26th, 2008. This is another movie on this terror attack after we saw “Hotel Mumbai” featuring Anupam Kher and Dev Patel in 2019.
12 years back on November 27th, Major Sandeep lost his life and we take pride in his life, his battles, his daredevilry, and his supreme sacrifice. On the death anniversary of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, a new image has been released where you can see an uncanny resemblance between the reel life Adivi Sesh and real-life hero Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan.
“Major” the bilingual Hindi and Telugu film is produced by Sony Pictures Films India in association with GMB Entertainment and A+S Movies. It is directed by acclaimed Telugu director Sashi Kiran Tikka and stars Adivi Sesh (as Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan), Sobhita Dhulipala, Saiee Manjrekar, Prakash Raj, and Revathi.
Adivi Sesh is an Indian film actor, director, and screenwriter who primarily works in Telugu-language films. Sesh made his film debut as a lead actor and director in 2010 with “Karma.” Following a few supporting roles, he established himself as a lead actor. His notable performances and commercial successes include “Panjaa” (2011), “Ladies & Gentlemen” (2015), “Baahubali: The Beginning” (2015), “Dongaata” (2015), “Kshanam” (2016), “Ami Thumi” (2017), “Goodachari” (2018) and “Evaru” (2019).
His film Kshanam was a commercial success and it went on to get nominated for numerous awards. Sesh won the IIFA Award for the Best Screenplay and the Nandi Award for the Best Screenplay Writer for the movie “Kshanam.”
Watch the new heartfelt video by Adivi Sesh talking about Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan here:
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