Finally, the eagerly awaited trailer for Sam Bahadur, which features Vicky Kaushal as India’s first field marshal, has been unveiled. The powerful and fierce performance by Kaushal throughout the film made it well worth the wait. The 1971 Indo-Pakistan war, in which Manekshaw valiantly led the Indian Army from the front, serves as the setting for the film.
Regarding the trailer, it portrays Sam as a tough Indian soldier who is not easily discouraged by internal plots and politics. With boldness, Bahadur declares that he and his army want to win, not a “normal” situation. Muhammad Ali Jinnah also invited him to enlist in the Pakistani military. Manekshaw, however, claims that he was born in Amritsar, that his wife is from Bombay, and that he is a soldier in Delhi. After stating these, he queries how much more an Indian person can do. Then, in 1971, during the Indo-Pakistan hostilities, we saw him as the commander of the Indian army. Look at the same thing.
Additionally, Fatima Sana Shaikh’s portrayal of former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi appears to be unrecognizable. Along with her attractiveness, the actress has a flawless voice. We get a peek of Sanya Malhotra, who plays the devoted and supportive wife of Manekshaw, Siloo Manekshaw. Sam radiates bravery and patriotism during this fight, as the teaser portrays. Additionally, he opposes politicians who attempt to undermine the Indian Army’s discipline. He tells his men that pride in their uniform should always grow, no matter what happens to them. The heart-stopping trailer concludes with Kausal, playing Manekshaw, adamantly declaring that no officer or soldier will leave their positions without his formal permission—which he will never grant.