16 Years Of Lakshya: Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani share a special message for the soldiers

By | June 18, 2020

Taking into account the current situation that happened at the border, producers Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani dedicate the film Lakshya to the soldiers and share a special message as the film marks 16 glorious years. Lakshya, a war-drama film is a must-watch for everyone who wants an inside look at how the army is protecting us at the borders. The film was directed by Farhan Akhtar and produced by Excel Entertainment.

16 Years Of Lakshya Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani share a special message for the soldiers

Taking to his social media Ritesh shared, “As we celebrate #16YearsOfLakshya today, I want to salute the soldiers who sacrifice everything to protect us and our borders. This movie is for all you brave hearts who are selfless for our nation’s well-being.”

While Farhan wrote, “कन्धों से मिलते हैं कन्धे क़दमों से क़दम मिलते हैं हम चलते हैं जब ऐसे तो दिल दुश्मन के हिलते हैं ————- 16 years of Lakshya… an experience that’s much more than a film to me and all who created it. Respect & gratitude to the Indian Army for their inspiration and their support.”

 

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As we celebrate #16YearsOfLakshya today, I want to salute the soldiers who sacrifice everything to protect us and our borders. This movie is for all you brave hearts who are selfless for our nation’s well-being. @faroutakhtar @hrithikroshan @realpz @amitabhbachchan #JavedAkhtar @jaduakhtar @shankarehsaanloy #RonnieScrewvala @excelmovies

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कन्धों से मिलते हैं कन्धे क़दमों से क़दम मिलते हैं हम चलते हैं जब ऐसे तो दिल दुश्मन के हिलते हैं ————- 16 years of Lakshya… an experience that’s much more than a film to me and all who created it. Respect & gratitude to the Indian Army for their inspiration and their support.

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Lakshya marked the first on-screen union of Preity Zinta and Hrithik Roshan.

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