On June 10, the historical drama Prithviraj, starring Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar, will be released. Sanjay Dutt and Sonu Sood both appear in the film. Despite the considerable delay, Akshay Kumar’s film has been set for release multiple times. Covid-19 cases and an increase in theatre closures in some areas forced the postponement of the film’s premiere.
November 2021 marked the release of the teaser for the historical drama. The producers have now revealed the film’s new release date. Premier of the year’s most anticipated movie will screen on June 10, 2022. We hope the Pan India film will be released on this day and not delayed anymore.
The movie is based on the life of Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan and is a historical drama. We all know that the history of the Indian subcontinent would have been different if it hadn’t existed. As a result, it is a beloved film among many. The legendary Rajput King had prevented Ghori from entering Hindustan (India) and laying the groundwork for Muslim dominion.
No one opposed Islamic hegemony for three hundred years after Prithviraj. We were compelled to bear the weight of slavery for over a thousand years due to an excess of virtues and historical mistakes in joining with foreign invaders to fight our people.
All we know about the monarch comes from folk tales, Muslim chronicle tales of battles, and songs like ‘Prithviraja Vijaya’ and ‘Prithviraj Raso,’ which include eulogies for the much-celebrated King. It would be a big moment to witness the biography of the great King’s life represented on the big screen by the action hero Akshay Kumar.
The Star Cast
Manushi Chhillar, the Miss World 2017 competition winner, plays Sanyogita in Prithviraj, her first film. On Twitter, Akshay revealed the new release date. He captioned a motion poster of the movie, “A role of a lifetime” (sic.)
He posted Manushi, Sonu Sood, and Sanjay Dutt’s character posters in another tweet. The majestic Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan’s historical journey is coming on the big screen on June 10 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu (sic.)
Chandraprakash Dwivedi, best known for directing the television epic Chanakya (1991) and the 2003 film version of Amrita Pritam’s novel Pinjar, is leading the next film.
The Final Word
We can’t wait to see the biopic of the majestic Samrat Prithviraj Chauhan’s historic voyage on the big screen on June 10, much like Akshay.