Shershaah ki Veer Daastaan: Shershaah means even the king of lions… whose power is guessed by his name. A steely liver and a mountain-like strength that no one can break or defeat. Such was our brave Vikram Batra. Fear trembled in front of whose spirits. That’s when he got the title of Sher Shah. When he got this codeword, then hardly anyone would know that this codeword would become the second identity of the martyr Captain Vikram Batra. Today Sher Shah may not be among us, but the stories of his bravery like lions are still innumerable. Siddharth Malhotra introduced us to those stories in the film and now once again he has narrated the story of Sher Shah in his own words.
Hear the story of Sher Shah
A child who had decided in childhood what to do. Seeing the look, the father feels that he will become a goon, but his thoughts were flying somewhere else and he did not let his flight go away from the target even for a moment. The dream that Bali saw at the age was not just a hobby but was the passion of that child. That child was Vikram Batra. That is, the hero of Kargil. Today’s young generation had only heard the name of Vikram Batra but Sher Shah got him introduced to that Vikram Batra. Told who is the real hero and what is it like. Seeing the film, not only does the chest widen with pride, but the mind is also forced to go beyond its limits and think that what have we done so far to protect the country and this country? The film is strong but now the story of Sher Shah has also been heard in the voice of Siddharth Malhotra, which is very good.
There is a line from this poem- Yeh Dil Maange More was his fitoor, if someone lifts his eyes and sees his country, it was not acceptable to him. Vikram Batra did not prove this statement every time. Country, country’s pride, country’s ban…beyond this neither Vikram Batra thought nor did anything. Lived for the country and slept in the lap of this soil. Forever forever. The soil of that Batra top where Vikram Batra was martyred is still maintained by his family.