Vicky Kaushal Pays Tribute to Gorkha Spirit in ‘Sam Bahadur’ with Dance to Nepali Patriotic Song

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Kathmandu, Nov 22: In a heartwarming tribute to the indomitable spirit of the Gurkha regiment, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal recently took to the dance floor during the shooting of a song for his upcoming film ‘Sam Bahadur.’ The talented actor, known for his versatile performances, danced with the soldiers of the Gurkha regiment in Lucknow, capturing the essence of the famed Nepali patriotic song ‘Yo Nepali Sheer Uchali…’.

Sharing the joyous moment on social media, Vicky Kaushal captioned the video with the powerful words, ‘Jai Mahakali, Ayo Gorkhali,’ expressing his reverence for the Gorkha warriors and their courageous spirit.


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In ‘Sam Bahadur,’ Vicky Kaushal steps into the shoes of Field Marshal Sam Maneksha, a legendary figure who rose to become the head of the Indian Army and hailed from the esteemed Gorkha regiment. The film, set to release on December 1, promises to unfold the inspiring journey of Field Marshal Sam Maneksha, showcasing his leadership and valor.

The decision to include a dance sequence featuring Vicky Kaushal and the Gurkha soldiers, set to the backdrop of a patriotic Nepali song, adds a touch of authenticity and emotional depth to the film. The Gurkha regiment, known for their bravery and loyalty, holds a special place in the hearts of both Indian and Nepali communities.

As fans eagerly await the release of ‘Sam Bahadur,’ Vicky Kaushal’s dedication to embodying the spirit of the Gorkha regiment in this unique dance sequence has already created a buzz on social media. The actor’s commitment to portraying the essence of Field Marshal Sam Maneksha’s life is evident, and it’s sure to resonate with audiences as they witness this cinematic tribute to a true military hero.

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