Chitrangada Singh (Chitrangda Singh) is not only an actress but also a film producer. He made his debut in the field of film production with the film ‘Soorma’. Diljit Dosanjh and Taapsee Pannu are in lead roles in this film. The film is based on the true story of former Indian hockey team captain Sandeep Singh.
Chitrangada Singh has now acquired the rights to make a film on yet another inspirational story of incredible bravery. According to media reports, he has got the rights to make a film on Param Vir Chakra winner Subedar Yogendra Yadav. The audience has always liked the films made on the inspirational stories full of courage and valor of the brave soldiers of the country. The latest example of this is the film ‘Sher Shah’.
Film will be made on Param Vir Chakra Yogendra Yadav
Subedar Yogendra Yadav is that brave son of India, who had soured the teeth of the Pakistani army in the Kargil war. Showing indomitable courage in the battlefield, he not only forced the Pakistani army to retreat, but also warned his comrades of the impending danger. He is the youngest soldier ever to receive the Param Vir Chakra at the age of 19.
Subedar Yogendra Yadav is the youngest Param Vir Chakra winner. (file photo)
Yogendra Yadav is the youngest Param Vir Chakra winner
He is one of the three surviving soldiers to receive the Param Vir Chakra in the history of the country. He has been serving in the Indian Army since then. According to the media report, ‘About getting the rights to make a film on Yogendra Yadav, Chitrangada says, ‘I am very excited to tell the film on the stories of real heroes who are forgotten, even if they are among us. Live.’
CSfilms holds the rights of the film
Chitraganda further says, ‘We need to tell her journey on a big scale. This will be my second attempt, which I tried earlier in ‘Soorma’. The rights of the film are with CSFilms, which is also owned by Deepak Singh.
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 30, 2022, 17:31 IST