Sardar Udham is a biographical film based on the life of Udham Singh Kamboj. Udham is famous for assassinating General Dwyer, who is the reason for the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919. Shoojit Sircar Shoojit Sircar is an Indian film producer and dire >> Read More... directed the film. Dialogues are by Ritesh Shah Ritesh Shah is a very well-known screenwriter who >> Read More... and Ritesh co-penned the screenplay with Shubhendu Bhattacharya. Ronnie Lahiri Ronnie and film creation. The journey started, aft >> Read More... and Sheel Kumar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... produced the film. Avik Mukhopadhyay Bio coming soon... >> Read More... cranked the camera, and Chandrashekhar Prajapati Chandrashekhar Prajapati is a film editor and is k >> Read More... edited the film. Shantanu Moitra Shantanu Moitra is a music composer in Bollywood. >> Read More... composed the music. Vicky Kaushal Vicky Kaushal is a famous Indian movie actor. He w >> Read More... , Shaun Scott, Stephen Hogan, Amol Parashar, Banita Sandhu, Kirsty Averton, Andrew Havill Andrew Havill is an English actor who has been wit >> Read More... , Ritesh Shah, Manas Tiwari, Tim Berrington, Tom Hudson, Nicholas Gecks, Sam Retford, Simon Weir, Jogi Mallang, Kuljeet Singh Kuljeet is an Indian actor. He is the founder and >> Read More... , Tushar Singhal, and Sarfaraz Alam Safu are in the primary roles.
General Dwyer was the main reason for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919. To avenge the massacre, Sardar Udham Singh went to London and assassinated Dwyer, who took the lives of thousands of Indians.
Vicky Kaushal tried his best to fit the character. His expressions are good. However, these kinds of roles needed a better performer who could speak through eyes.
The biographical film didn't bring any sound dialogues and emotional scenes. Instead, it deals with a patriotic person who expresses his love for the nation silently. Although the dialogues are neat, the makers had given a contemporary version of the period movie. Many English words are used in the dialogues by the Indian patriots, and that could have been avoided. Although the performances are pretty decent, people expect some Goosebumps moments with an emotional dialogue in a patriotic film. That's missing in Sardar Udham. However, Vicky Kaushal brings us how Udham Singh lived. The music and cinematography are okayish.
What's Not There?
Although the film has some drawbacks, the artists' performances make the audience appreciate the making.