Record Alert : Shershaah becomes Amazon Prime India’s most watched movie.

Shershaah has become Amazon Prime Video’s most watched film in India. Delivered on August 12, the film stars Sidharth Malhotra at Param Vir Chakra awardee, Captain Vikram Batra.

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Sidharth took to Instagram to impart the update to his fans. “Overpowered with the affection and appreciation that we are getting for #Shershaah. Much thanks to you everybody for making it the most watched film on @primevideoin #FeelingBlessed #YehDilMaangeMore,” he composed. Karan Johar, whose Dharma Productions has delivered the film, expressed, “We are the #1 watched film on Amazon Prime Video! Appreciative, overpowered and thrilled by the LOVE and RESPECT that has poured in for #Shershaah. Been an honor to grandstand an inheritance that will stand out forever, by and by!”

The movie additionally stars Kiara Advani and is coordinated by Vishnu Vardhan. It got blended surveys yet has been a hit with the crowd. It additionally got a 8.9 score on IMDb, decided in favor of by in excess of 88,000 clients.

Concerning the film’s prosperity, Karan Johar said in a proclamation, “Shershaah has consistently been a film near our souls, and seeing the affection and appreciation the film has gotten causes me to have an unbelievably glad outlook on the film and each and everybody related with it. PVC awardee Captain Vikram Batra’s story is one that no Indian will at any point neglect, all things considered, what we expected to do was to recount the account of what made him the braveheart he was, to look further into his life, his enthusiasm and his adoration for the nation and Dimple. It fills me with satisfaction to see the adoration Sidharth and Kiara’s exhibitions and Vishnu’s executive vision has gotten. I’m happy that we tracked down the right accomplices for this film in Amazon Prime Video, who have investigated every possibility and given this film the arrive at it merits.”

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The film recounts the account of Captain Batra and how he battled fearlessly and kicked the bucket in the Kargil War of 1999.

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