Entertainment News | Chitrangda Singh to Produce Film on Pram Vir Chakra Recipient Yogendra Yadav

New Delhi [India]July 31 (ANI): Bollywood actor and producer Chitrangda Singh wins the rights to direct a film about the incredible story of Param Vir Chakra recipient Subedar Yogendra Yadav.

“I am very excited to tell stories of real heroes who are often forgotten even though they still live among us. We have to glorify their journey. This will be another attempt to do what I tried with Soorma,” says Chitrangda .

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Yogendra Yadav fought in the Kargil War and till date is the youngest to receive Param Vir Chakra at the age of 19. He also remains one of only three living recipients of the Param Vir Chakra in the country’s history and has since gone on to serve in the Indian Army.

Previously, the ‘Desi Boyzz’ actress made her producer debut with Diljit Dosanjh’s 2018 sports biopic ‘Soorma’ which also starred Taapsee Pannu in the lead role.

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The film was based on the life of former Indian hockey captain Sandeep Singh and was declared a semi-hit.

After four years of waiting, Chitrangda is ready to produce a new film. The official announcement of the film is still awaited.

Apart from that, talking about her acting front, she was last in a movie on ‘Bob Biswas’ digital platform alongside Abhishek Bachchan, which premiered on Zee5 and garnered positive responses from internet users.

She will then be seen in a thriller “Gaslight” alongside Sara Ali Khan and Vikrant Massey. (ANI)

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