KESARI (World-Wide Release 2019)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.3|5.0 Starsìììì 

—WOW!—earns its addition to the family home video library. This is a great share movie when relatives/friends/guests visit. It is completely rewatchable. The ethical values as well as the moral values are firmly in place. The small bit of profanity is handled in a clean way. The battles are well-fought with courage. The last battle scene is a work of art. The movie delivers itself in Hindi with good English subtitles. The movie completely relates to an international audience due to the strong appeal it makes to that which is admired most in the human, no matter the nation, tribe, clan, or family to which that human belongs.

Film Poster Courtesy of Google Images 


Twenty-one Sikhs defend their position against an army of 10,000 men. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Anurag Singh for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Sumit Chawla for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Havildar Ishar Singh (Akshay Kumar), Jiwani (Parineeta Chopra), Naik Lal Singh (Suvinder Vicky), Lance Naik Chandra Singh (Vansh Bhardwaj), Gurmukh Singh (Surmeet Basran), Nand Singh (Ajit Singh), Buta Singh (Sandeep Nahar), Dava Singh (Harwinder Singh Aujla), Bola Singh (Rakesh Sharma), Uttam Singh (Adbrit Sharma), Jiwan Singh (Vivek Saini), Bhagwan Singh (Harbhagwan Singh), Ram Singh (Rajdeep Singh Dhaliwal), Gurpreet Toti, Sundar Singh (Harry Brar), Naravan Singh (Pali Sandhu). Hira Singh (Vikram Chouhan), Bhagwan Singh (Harwan Jhandi), Guryukh Singh (Pritbal Pali), Sepoy Ram Singh (Rimple Dhindsa),  Jiwan Singh (Gagneet Singh Makhan), Jiwan Jalandhari (Harmanpreet Singh), Daap (Brahma Mishra), Gilab Singh (Vikram Kochhar), Lieutenant Lawrence (Edward Sonnenblick), and Major Des Voeux (Richard Bhakti Klein). 

Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. This movie is outstanding in every way. One of the best from India. 

Video Critique Available Here:

Ben Meyers

No comments:

Post a Comment