Ishaan Khattar’s film ‘Peeppa’, released on this day, will tell the story of real heroes of the country.

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New Delhi: Prime Video today also announced the direct-to-streaming premiere of ‘Peeppa’ with an entertaining trailer, launching this Diwali on November 10. This film is an interesting story of a historical moment in history. During the Battle of Garibpur during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, he played an important role in the freedom struggle of Bangladesh. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala and directed by Raja Krishna Menon under the banner of RSVP and Siddharth Roy Kapur’s Roy Kapur Films, Ishaan Khattar plays real-life war hero Captain Balram Singh Mehta. The film also stars Mrunal Thakur, Priyanshu Panioli and Soni Razdan in important roles.

Based on the book by Balram Singh Mehta

Based on Brigadier Balram Singh Mehta’s ‘The Making of Chafees’, the film is written by Menon, Tanme Mohan and Ravinder Randhawa. The film’s music was composed by veteran AR. Rehman has given which sets this story of patriotism and sacrifice. ‘Pippa’ is set to premiere on Prime Video in India and over 240 countries and territories worldwide.

Why was the film named ‘Peeppa’?

The film takes its name from the amphibious battle tank PT-76 (Palavushi Tanka), popularly known as “Pippa”, which floats on water as easily as an empty ghee can. The film tells a story of patriotism and bravery, and traces the journey of Captain Balaram Mehta (played by Ishaan) of the 45 Cavalry Tank Squadron. Its trailer takes us back to when India fought the Battle of Gharibpur on the Eastern Front. After the death of their leader during the mission, Captain Balaram Singh Mehta took command of the squadron. Along with his siblings, he was at the forefront of the war and played a vital role in India’s victory. Acting with the war motto “We will fight like soldiers, kill like soldiers, and die like soldiers”, the Indian forces gave their all, resulting in the liberation of Bangladesh.

Siddharth Roy Kapur said, “Pappa is an interesting episode of the 1971 Indo-Pak war that led to the independence of Bangladesh, told through the eyes of Brigadier Balram Mehta. Ishaan, Marunal, Priyanshu and Soni played their roles. Brilliantly played.” “For me Pippa is more than a wartime film, it is a salute to those brave Indians whose courage, fearlessness and patriotism have made India a strong and powerful nation even today,” said Ronnie Screwvala.

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