Drills Vicky Kaushal did with the 6 Sikh Regiment are shared

December 1, 2023 is when Sam Bahadur, a film featuring Vicky Kaushal in the main role, will be released. Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw’s life is the basis for the movie. The film, which was directed by Meghna Gulzar, also features Fatima Sana Shaikh as former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and Sanya Malhotra as Sam’s wife Silloo. The movie’s trailer released recently in Delhi. Vicky shared on Instagram that he participated in drills with the 6 Sikh Regiment while he was there. The actor revealed bits of the same as well.


Vicky Kaushal posted a number of images and videos showing him training with the Sikh Regiment in drills and strategies. He got to know them in Delhi during the “Sam Bahadur” teaser appearance. Filming ‘URI’ in 2018, Vicky thought back to his training with the Sikh Regiment.

“Must say I got a ‘warm’ welcome by the 6 Sikh Regiment this time during my trip to Delhi for Trailer launch!” he said as the post’s caption. Before we began filming URI in 2018, the 7 Sikh Regiment trained me. It’s always a wonderful feeling to receive a pat on the back from the actual heroes, even after completing obstacle training exercises! 1.12.2023 (sic) is when.


The makers of the upcoming movie “Sam Bahadur” recently released the trailer after keeping fans on the edge of their toes. In the video, Vicky assumes the persona of Sam Manekshaw, packed with his trademark handlebar moustache. From the way he delivers words to the way he walks, Vick has masterfully captured each detail of Sam Meskshaw.

The full video, which emphasizes Manekshaw’s commitment to serving his nation and the Indian Army. On the other hand, Fatima Sana Shaikh is portrayed as Indira Gandhi, and she makes every effort to replicate the former Indian Prime Minister’s accent. Sam Manekshaw, the first Field Marshal of India, is the subject of the upcoming movie. He served in the army for more than forty years and five wars. He was elevated to the rank of Field Marshal, making history as the first Indian Army officer to do so. Vicky’s attempt to mimic Sam Maneskshaw’s speech pattern is quite admirable, and the film is undoubtedly going to be successful.