‘Soorma’ which is based on the inspirational story of Sandeep Singh has found a very unique target audience. The film has found a place amongst school kids, as more and more schools are screening the film for their kids in order to inspire the students. Arya Vidya Mandir, one of the best schools in Bandra will be showing the film to their students.
The school has booked shows for two consecutive days in order to show the inspiring story of Sandeep Singh to the students. Earlier, a police officer took a few underprivileged kids to watch the film as he felt the story needs to be showcased.
The inspirational story of Sandeep Singh has struck chords with educational institutions and they are screening the film for their students.
Many schools are taking initiative to show an inspiring story, ‘Soorma’ to their kids. ‘Soorma’ is a story inspired by hockey legend Sandeep Singh, who was accidentally shot with a bullet and was paralyzed for 2 complete years.
But his determination and love for the game brought him back and he won several medals for our country. Sandeep Singh is regarded as the most dangerous drag-flickers of all time with drag speeds of over 145 km/hr which led to his nickname, ‘Flicker Singh’.
The drag-flickers journey – of wins, losses, and his life has been shown on the silver screen in ‘Soorma’. ‘Soorma’ has Diljit Dosanjh and Taapsee Pannu in lead roles and is helmed by Shaad Ali.
Produced by Sony Pictures Networks Productions, Chitrangda Singh, and Deepak Singh, ‘Soorma’ is written & directed by Shaad Ali and running successfully across theaters.