Diljit Dosanjh next Bollywood outing got us excited ever since we got to know that he will be bringing story of hockey player Sandeep Singh on the celluloid. The inspiring story of Sandeep Singn captured the imagination of many and serves to one of the most amazing stories of courage and determination. Directed by Shaad Ali and starring Diljit Dosanjh, Tapsee Pannu and Angad Bedi in lead roles Soorma is all set to hit the theatres on 13th July. Here are our expectation from the biopic of Sandeep Singh, Soorma.
The story of Sandeep Singh is a crash course on determination and will power. The story of him braving the utmost tragedy and then coming up on the top is one that can surely inspire everyone. While biopics majorly focuses on stories of inspiration, Soorma is one film which, if done correctly, has the potential to become one of the most inspiring.
Hockey- The Real Deal
After Chak De India, it is after a long time that Bollywood is coming up with a film on hockey. But unlike Chak De this film is might show us more of hockey and the behind the scenes action that goes on around the game. From the real-life politics of hockey associations to the hardcore training that went into the making Flicker Singh from Sandeep Singh might give an extra edge to this film.
Being a singer himself, all of Diljit Dosanjh’s films have had good music and so far the music of this film has been liked by anyone. From the power-packed and inspiring Soorma anthem to the incredibly romantic and melodious Ishq Di Baajiyan, the music of Soorma seems quite pleasant and we are hoping for a couple of more such knockouts once the film releases.
Diljit Pulling Off A Movie By Himself
With only three Bollywood films in his filmography, Diljit has managed to carve a niche for himself in the Bollywood and has garnered a lot of love and admiration, but Soorma is surely going to be his acid test. This is the first time Diljit has the entire film relying almost entirely on him and him only and we hope he really shines through in Soorma.
Redemption For Shaad Ali
After total duds like Ok Jaanu and Kill Dill in recent times and a monumental flop like Jhoom Barabar Jhoom in his filmography, director Shaad Ali is in dire need of hit and Soorma might just be the one for him. It is a chance of redemption for Shaad Ali that he cannot mess up with if he wants to stick around in Bollywood.