Vicky Kaushal and Sunny Kaushal have a powerful message to convey with amazon prime video’s The Forgotten Army, check it out!

Rajendra Pal


The Forgotten Army – Azaadi Ke Liye is a web series which will release on Amazon Prime Video on 24 January 2020. The show is directed by Kabir Khan and is based on true events about the men and women in the Indian National Army (INA) led by Subhash Chandra Bose. The series stars Sunny Kaushal and Sharvari in the lead.

Earlier today, the makers shared a video on social media. This video conveys a powerful message to the citizens of this country from a Soldier’s point of view.

Vicky Kaushal who has played Major Vihaan Singh Shergill of the Indian Army in Uri: The Surgical Strike which released in 2019, and Sunny Kaushal who will be playing an Indian soldier who marched towards the capital, with the war cry ‘Challo Dilli’, to free their country from the reign of the British.

The sacrifices an army personnel makes to keep the nation safe, the pain of a real soldier, how they surrender their lives for the nation, every emotion a soldier goes through has been portrayed beautifully.

Vicky Kaushal and Sunny Kaushal together talk about the years – 1944 , 1948 , 1961, 1999 , the years for extreme conflicts, where Vicky says that a soldier is called “Veer”, Sunny compares his story where Soldiers are called “Gaddar”. They both share the same lines of the journey of the soldier.

The Forgotten Army – Azaadi ke liye tells the untold story of the freedom fighters who braved bullets to fight for the Independence of India. ‘The Forgotten Army – Azaadi ke Liye’ promises to take the viewer back in time, relive the era and witness the Indian freedom struggle and the sacrifice of the 55,000 soldiers who have contributed to our freedom.

‘The Forgotten Army – Azadi Ke Liye’ will start streaming on Amazon Prime Video from 24th January 2020.

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