The Choice and direction in which our country is going.
A Biopic of Legendary player earns 10 times less than Biopic of Sanjay.
The Indian audience is always seeking which is creating the buzz in the market. Just because of this they cannot calibrate the character of the person which they have to idolize. Similar kind of buzz is creating between Soorma and Sanju. Soorma is the story of the real-life hero Sandeep Singh who fights for his country pride, on the contrary, the Sanju is the story of the reel life hero Sanjay Dutt.
First-day box office collection of Soorma is 3.25 corers only on the other hand Sanju has mega box office opening that made history in the Bollywood industries i.e 34 corers on an opening day. Although the acting of Ranbir Kapoor in Sanju has amazed many critics Diljit Dosanjh also has made his full effort to portrait the real life of Sandeep Singh at his very best.
This shows our negligence toward our national game that none of the people are interested in the life ex-hockey captain of India. Rather than they want to see sex, drugs and all the glamour which are there in other movies.
Soorma is the film that really has a place with him. He catches each casing and subtlety of the character sincerely and easily. While his hockey aptitudes appear to be conceivable, what's genuinely noteworthy is his comprehension of the profundity of his character.
Taapsee Pannu is taking care of business, yet her track loosens the pace of the film. In the supporting cast, Angad Bedi as Bikramjeet Singh (Sandeep's senior sibling) is extraordinary. He demonstrates the limit and heaves required for his character. Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Satish Kaushik are surprisingly great also. The film offers numerous situational tunes, however, none of them evoke genuine emotion.
A captaincy of the national hockey group, an Arjuna Award beneficiary and a man who was unintentionally shot - Sandeep Singh's trip certain benefits a biopic.