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Just In: Ajay Devgn to make film on India-China violent clash in Galwan Valley

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 4 July 2020, 11:52 IST
Ajay Devgn to make film on India and China violent clash in Galwan Valley

On 15th June, India lost its 20 brave soldiers in an attack by Chinese troops in Galwan Valley, Ladakh. As soon as this news broke out people rose in uproar and started demanding strict action against China. In response to this clash government of India banned 59 Chinese apps including most popular TikTok, Wechat and Shareit.

Now as per recent reports, Ajay Devgn who will be soon seen next in Bhuj: the Pride of India is all set to announce his next project. Yes, you read it right! Ajay is going to co-produce a film based on the recent attack on Indian soldiers by Chinese troops in Ladakh.

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As per the film’s description, the movie will revolve around the sacrifice of 20 Indian army men who got martyred in this violent clash. Well, we don’t know whether Ajay will star in the film however he will be co-producing the film by Ajay Devgn FFilms. The cast and crew for the film are under finalization and as soon as it will complete the makers will announce the film.

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Well, those who don’t know then let us tell you that it was the first causality face by Indian army in a clash with China since 1975 when an Indian patrol was trapped by Chinese troops in Arunachal Pradesh.

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Meanwhile, on the work front, Ajay will be next seen in a war drama also starring Sanjay Dutt, Sharad Kelkar, Sonakshi Sinha, Nora Fatehi and Ammy Virk. The film is all set to release on Disney+Hotstar.

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First published: 4 July 2020, 11:52 IST