Soorma: Diljit Dosanjh’s stellar performance to steal the show


Welcome to Shahabad of 1994 – the hockey capital of India. It’s a residential area that thinks beyond practical boundaries. A fantasy to be a piece of the Indian hockey group and relatively every kid (young lady or kid) is in the race.

A youthful Sandeep Singh (Diljit Dosanjh) is likewise one of them yet his commitment before long wears off, on account of his irrationally stern coach. Hockey assumes a lower priority in his life until his high school years, when he begins to look all starry eyed at another player Harpreet (Taapsee Pannu). She reignites his energy for the sport, and consequently, it turns into his motivation to live.

The film just takes a genuine turn just before the interval, post which the account develops into a passionate exciting ride.

While we had seen looks of Diljit’s potential in Udta Punjab, Soorma is the film that genuinely has a place with him. He catches each casing and subtlety of the character genuinely and easily. While his hockey aptitudes seem to be pretty impressive, what’s really great is his understanding of the profundity of his character, the intensity everybody can clearly see through his acting.

At times, you may feel the movie adrifting from its course, but Taapsee Pannu keeps the level up and holding In the supporting cast, Angad Bedi as Bikramjeet Singh (Sandeep’s senior brother) is extraordinary. He demonstrates the dedication and efforts required for his character. Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Satish Kaushik are strikingly great too. The film offers numerous situational song, yet none of them evoke genuine emotion.

A captaincy of the national hockey group, an Arjuna Award beneficiary and a man who was incidentally shot – Sandeep Singh’s trip certain benefits a biopic.

Be that as it may, Shaad Ali’s story goes easy on the dramatic turns and keeps it real with the eventful scenes, which actually act as a true source of motivation. The film likewise shows the real side of Sandeep’s character, where he takes in the significance of family and patriotism. The way that this Indian competitor takes in the significance of wearing Indian colors and playing for the nation, makes this story significantly more unique and glorified.

Soorma is the name, which demonstrates to you the truth, and less the drama.