It felt like I was seeing real Sandy on screen

Actor Adivasi Sesha in a scene from Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s biopic Major.

Razzak Adil, who is in the NDA and NSG along with Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, has lauded the role of the tribal remnant martyr in the film Major.

Tribal Shesha’s ‘Major’ has already crossed the Rs 50 crore mark at the box office, with audiences and critics praising her subtle performance as Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan in the film. But more importantly, the star was most impressed by the love and reaction he received from the family of the late Major and from a former colleague and friend who lived with him, trained with him, and knew him well.

Razzak Adil, who works with the Major at the National Defense Academy and the National Security Guard and knows them well, recently saw the film and wrote an emotional note. He said, “I have been waiting for this movie since the announcement of Major. Thanks to Sandeep’s father, I got a call from Adivasi Sesha, who plays Sandy Saran in the film, besides the Tour de Force behind the project. When the last credentials started, the feeling of loss re-emerged every time I remembered Sandy. However, I was also very proud of the reactions of other audiences around me who had no idea who I was. Many were sad, most looked shaky and some looked young enthusiastic and motivated. Uncle always says, “Sandy was never alone with us. He belongs to the whole Indian nation.”

Appreciating the tribal balance in the film, he said, “It is a great film with a lot of facts and details. The story of his close family in Bangalore and his sacrifice is beautifully told. The love story between him and his wife is sensitively written for which Adi deserves special appreciation.” The tribesmen keep an eye on the rest and improve Sandy’s ways. In some scenes, I felt like I was seeing the real Sandy on the screen.

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