When they questioned Audie Murphy, one of the most decorated American troops of WWII, how he held off an entire company of German forces by himself, he shrugged and said, “They were killing my buddies.” Murphy’s story reads like a movie script: he witnessed the attack on Pearl Harbor at the age of 16, had his sister falsify birthdate documentation to help him enlist, and by the age of 19, he had won the Medal of Honor for his service. They would have called him Shershaah in another life. IMDB
Their scenes together are ineffective. The speech is clumsy and the accents are all over the place. Dimple is a Chandigarh-based ‘sardarni,’ although she appears to be placing an order at Bastian. Captain Batra, played by Sidharth Malhotra, is from Palampur, yet he talks as if he’s just been at DU for two semesters. In one instance, he tells her, “Thand rakh kudiye,” with the kind of vigor that makes you expect a “burrrrah” next.