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‘Sardar Udham’ Bags No.1 Spot on IMDb Top 250 Indian Movies List (2021)

By Binged Binged Bureau - October 18, 2021 @ 6:20 pm

‘Sardar Udham’ Bags No.1 Spot on IMDb Top 250 Indian Movies List (2021)Last month, we had made our readers aware of the Indian movie titles from the year 2021 that made it to the top 250 Indian movies IMDb list, and that the Malayalam film ‘#Home’ had outranked all Indian films including Mohanlal’s mystery thriller ‘Drishyam 2’ and boxing film ‘Sarpatta Parambarai’. In another exciting development and within just two days of its release on the Amazon Prime Video OTT platform, Shoojit Sircar’s latest directorial film ‘Sardar Udham’ has now made its way to the coveted IMDb Top 250 Indian movies list.

Not only that, but ‘Sardar Udham’ has also bagged the honors of becoming the top-ranked Indian film released in the year 2021 on IMDb, thereby surpassing all the aforementioned films. ‘Sardar Udham’ currently holds an impressive IMDb user rating of 9.2 based on around 7600 votes.

The historical drama ‘Sardar Udham’ starring Vicky Kaushal in the titular role is based on the life of the Indian revolutionary Udham Singh, who had assassinated former lieutenant governor of Punjab Michael O’Dwyer in London. The assassination was done to avenge the mass killings of many Indians at the barbaric Jallianwala Bagh massacre that happened on 13th April 1919 in Amritsar.

Various aspects of the film including the lead performance by Vicky Kaushal, direction by Shoojit Sircar, cinematography, and production design, etc. are being praised by audiences and critics alike.

Besides ‘Sardar Udham’, the other twelve Indian film titles on the current IMDb list from the year 2021 are ‘Shershaah’, ‘Mimi’, ‘#Home’, ‘Sarpatta Parambarai’, ‘Malik’, ‘State of Siege: Temple Attack’, ‘Karnan’, ‘Nayattu’, ‘Joji’, ‘Mandela’, ‘Drishyam 2’, and ‘The Great Indian Kitchen’.Follow us on Google News

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