Our accounts drive our legacy. Our legends shape our considerations and ways of life. Bharatiya film has generally romanticized crooks, mafias, dacoits and other detestable components of the general public and commonly legitimized savagery, plunder, and robbery as gallant demonstrations, relating it to an exceptionally disputable English person called Robinhood. From making amazing characters for mafias like Dawood Ibrahim and Haji Mastan to prearranging shows and film for Abdul Karim Telgi and Natwarlal, the business straightforwardly or by implication advanced the maverick components of the general public.
The business, throughout the course of recent many years, wound around stories around a bunch of individuals who ought not be given popularity and amazing characterisation. In any case, only occasionally has the entertainment world displayed genuine legends of our set of experiences in the most magnificent way. Gradually yet consistently, this pattern has begun to change. A crucial milestone in this journey of progress is ‘Sam Bahadur’. A film that tells the story of Field Marshal Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw MC (Sam Manekshaw).
It is brilliant to see Hindi film evading its interests with despicable characters and exhibiting the existence of somebody as extraordinary as Sam Manekshaw. There is a great deal to detract from the film and the biography of Sam Manekshaw is probably going to move ages. Thus, it is vital to salute and compliment the producers of the film for taking up such a subject and conveying it with such genuineness. This film is probably going to act as an achievement for movie producers who wish to make film on extraordinary people brought into the world in this country.
We should comprehend the various parts of the film to assimilate the extraordinary undertaking of the movie producers of ‘Sam Bahadur’.
The film follows the excursion of Sam Manekshaw from his recruit days to him turning into the primary Field Marshal of Bharat. It catches every one of the significant occasions, from Sam Manekshaw having chance in The Second Great War to his kinship with Yahya Khan, from how he might interpret parcel to his contribution in the Indo-China Battle of 1962, from his closeness to Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi to his difficult choices in the Indo-Pak Battle of 1971. The film is holding and emerges as exceptionally true, genuine and legitimate. It gives a reasonable understanding into the manner of thinking, mental fortitude, mind and decision-production of the incomparable Sam Manekshaw.