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Ajay Devgn Announces New Film Based On The Galwan Valley Incident

Ajay Devgn has announced a new project based on the recent Galwan Valley incident

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Ajay Devgn has announced a new project based on the recent Galwan Valley incident. Ajay Devgn FFilms and Select Media holdings LLP are coming together to recreate the tale of the strength and courage of the Indian Army during the incident. This is a familiar genre for Ajay Devgn who has previously made several movies that showcase strength and valor. LOC: Kargil, The Legend of Bhagat Singh, Tanhaji, Singham, and Raid are just a few of the films that fall under this category.

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The actor was last seen portraying the role of Tanaji “Tanya” Malusare in Tanhaji earlier this year. However, Ajay Devgn is now ready to narrate the story of the 20 Indian Army personnel who fought against the Chinese army at Galwan Valley. The Galwan Valley incident took place on June 15, where Indian Army troops were ambushed. A fight ensued and resulted in the death of 20 Indian soldiers from the 16th Bihar Regiment. Their commanding officer Colonel Santosh Babu also lost his life in the fight. Ajay Devgn’s film will tell the story of these brave troops and how they lay down their lives to protect their motherland. These are the first casualties suffered by the Indian Army against the Chinese Army since 1975.

The untitled film will be co-produced by Ajay Devgn Ffilms and Select Media Holdings LLP. No further details about the project have been revealed yet. The cast and other crew for the film are being finalized.

Indian Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit offered his well wishes to the project through social media. He tweeted, “Heartiest Congratulations & Wishing you all the very best @ajaydevgn for your film on #GalwanValleyFaceOff . We are sure that it will be a great tribute to our brave soldiers & country at large.”

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