After Vicky Kaushal in Sanju, his brother Sunny Kaushal is all set to amaze us in Gold

Akshay Kumar starer Gold is one most awaited film of this year and the posters and teasers of the film have alraedy left all of us impressed and curious to know more about what happened in the history of Gold for India. This film is directed by Reema Kagti and produced by Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani, will release on Independence Day.

Alongside Akshay Kumar, there are several heroes in the movie playing real life's character and while your eyes on Akshay we wonder if you noted Masaan starer Vicky Kaushal's brother Sunny Kaushal. Yes, the Sardar in the movie playing Hockey who said heart touching dialogue with a great pride in his eyes "Humare Ghar Mei Inqalab Zindabad Pehle Hota Hai Fir Naashta Hota Hai".

Well, it seems after Vicky Kaushal, who impressed us in his debut movie Masaan and never looked back after then and gave a powerpack performance in Raazi and Sanju, his brother Sunny will be ruling everyone's heart after the release of the Gold.

Sunny Kaushal is playing the character of Himmat Singh which is reportedly based on Indian hockey player Balbir Singh Dosanjh, who played an important role in India's win in London in 1948, Helsinki- 1952 and Melbourne in 1956 Olympics.

Proud brother Vicky Kaushal tweeted for his brother. Have a look:

For which Akshay had already introduced him and tweeted, "Iske Sirf Naam Mein hi Nahi, game Mein Bhi Bohot Himmat Hain! Meet Himmat Singh. @SunnyK0 @excelmovies".

Well, we all have great hope with Vicky Kaushal's big brother Sunny. Sunny was also stared in 2016’s Sunshine Music Tours and Travels. He and Vicky are the sons of Bollywood's action director Sham Kaushal.

Gold is the story of India’s transformation from a British rule to a free state through the struggles of Tapan Das (Akshay Kumar), an eccentric hockey coach who aspires to win a gold medal for India at the 1948 Summer Olympics held in London.

by Soniya Kaur | Sat, Jul 07 - 03:00 PM

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