Though the jawans who protect us from the rugged, cold terrain 24/7 may never be part of the likes of clean, sophisticated action seen in Force 2, the trailer has struck a chord with the families of three martyrs.
According to the trailer the film is dedicated to the unnamed and unrecognised heroes. The families wrote to the makers appreciating the gesture.
Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the producer, says, “We weren’t expecting this kind of response. I’m happy that we are the first in saluting our unsung martyrs. My team and I were really touched by the letters. The families of soldiers and undercover agents have also thanked us for appreciating the loved ones they’ve lost. That means a lot to us.”
Vipul’s team now wants to pay a tribute to the heroes at the Amar Jawan Jyoti in Delhi. They are also planning to file a PIL for the benefit of their families.
He says, “There’s little that the kin of these heroes get. Our government is working towards the betterment of the intelligence officers and soldiers. Maybe we can bring the plight of the families of the deceased officers to their notice and help them. After seeing the response to the trailer, we’ve expedited the process.”
Vipul is yet to share the letters with ‘Force 2’ lead pair, John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha, who are currently travelling. – CINEWS