JP Dutta’s Paltan’s Posters Released, Meet The Central Characters Of The Films

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JP Dutta, the filmmaker who is known to made films like Kargil and LOC, is now coming back with another film with the same theme titled as Paltan. The film is based on on the Indo-China war of 1962 which is slated to release on September 7.

After the motion picture, the makers have released the character poster of all the lead actors. In the poster, we can see the character in a soldier uniform. The film featuring actors like Jackie Shroff, Arjun Rampal, Sonu Sood, Harshvardhan Rane, Luv Sinha, Gurmeet Choudhary and Siddhanth Kapoor.

Check the poster look of all the central character of the film here:

JACKIE SHROFF: Jee Studios says: The clock is ticking. We might not KNOW them all but we OWE them all.
It’s time to #JoinThePaltan @bindasbhidu @ZeeStudios_ #JPFilms @RealNidhiDutta

ARJUN RAMPAL: A battle of pride. We might not KNOW them all but we OWE them all. It’s time to #JoinThePaltan @rampalarjun @ZeeStudios_ #JPFilms @RealNidhiDutta

SONU SOOD: All eyes on the target. We might not KNOW them all but we OWE them all. It’s time to #JoinThePaltan @SonuSood @ZeeStudios_ #JPFilms @RealNidhiDutta

HARSHVARDHAN RANE: They created history. We might not KNOW them all but we OWE them all. It’s time to #JoinThePaltan @harsha_actor @ZeeStudios_ #JPFilms @RealNidhiDutta

GURMEET CHOUDHARY: He tweeted, “We might not KNOW them all but we OWE them all. It’s time to #JoinThePaltan @ZeeStudios_ #JPFilms @RealNidhiDutta”

JP Dutta, on filming at real locations says, “As my war dramas are based on true events that took place in the history in our nation, my conscious effort is to always maintain the authenticity. All these incidents are important and talk about our history at length. Hence, I always prefer to shoot at real locations where the incident took place to make it more authentic and visually appealing.”

He also tells the reason why he chose Ladakh, “Unfortunately, Nathu La pass is no longer the way it used to be in those times when the real war happened. So we decided to shoot in Ladakh to make it look as close to the reality as possible.”

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 31 Jul 2018

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