Mumbai, February 26, 2019: A feature film based on boxing with the backdrop of terrorism “V for Victor” will be released on 5 April 2019 by PVR. Terrorism has crept into every sport and this film highlights the same. Sudip Pandey is the main hero of this film, who is a superhero who has acted in over 40 super-hit Bhojpuri films. As a hero, this is his first Hindi film. The film is directed by S Kumar and music director Sanjiv-Darshan has scored the music. The booking for tickets has already begun on “bookmyshow.Com”.
“I am essaying the role of Victor, who is common. How he becomes a boxer? How he works in the national interest ? has been depicted in this film. This is a patriotic film which will certainly inspire our younger generation to do better work for the country” says Sudip Pandey.
There is a very challenging boxing match between India and Pakistan in the film. Victor sacrifices his life for his motherland-Bharat. How the younger generation is being waylaid by social media today and how it has made an inroad into every sport? This has been shown in this film, which can certainly be described as a distinct film.
Ninety per cent of the “V for Victor” has been shot in Malaysia and the rest of the shooting has been completed in India. Besides Sudip Pandey South Indian Film star Ruby Parihar and bengali actress Pamela Mondal and Sangh Mitra, Suresh Chavanke, Naseer Abdulla, Usha Bachani, Raashul Tandon, Jaswinder Gardner, Srikant Pratyush ,Devi Shankar Shukla and Sanjay Swaraj are essaying important roles.
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