Diljit Dosanjh Is The Real SuperSingh And This ‘Soorma’ Teaser Has Much More Tell Us

Diljit Dosanjh Is The Real SuperSingh And This ‘Soorma’ Teaser Has Much More Tell Us. Diljit Dosanjh and Tapsee Pannu starrer “Soorma” is coming near to its release. The movie is hitting theatres on 13 July. The makers have shared the romantic song “Ishq Di Baajiyaan” and the trailer of the movie to enhance the curiosity amongst people for the movie release. This few seconds teaser from the movie has much more to reveal about the character played by Dosnajhwala in the movie.

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Sometimes, we don’t need any words to express what’s going on inside ourselves. It is well said that eyes say all that words are short of. This is something that Diljit Dosanjh has portrayed in the teaser about himself. His passion, aggression and love for the game of Hockey could not only be seen but also could be felt.

Have a look at the teaser and you will also agree with us.


Diljit Dosanjh is promoting this upcoming movie with full enthusiasm leaving no room left. We had this words saying,” Life Mai Goal Hona Chahiye”. The “Soorma” actor is portraying the role of  Former Hockey Player Sandeep Singh who had brought India gold at the 2009 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup tournament after 13 long years. The story of India’s most fierce drag flicker, Sandeep Singh, is all set to come alive with Diljit Dosanjh-starrer Soorma on the big screen soon. This story is about how he made a comeback in Hockey after being accidentally shot in 2006. Sandeep Singh injury led him to be on a wheel-chair for two years but went on to become the highest goal scorer in the qualifying match for the London Olympics in the year 2012

Here is the video by Dosanjhwala which is so inspiring.


Talking about essaying the role of Sandeep Singh, while interaction with media he said, “I feel proud to be part of Soorma, a biopic made on Sandeep Singh. Sandeep has never failed to make India proud, be it on the field or off it, he keeps setting the benchmark higher. I knew that he was the captain but didn’t know he was shot in his back. When I started playing hockey, I realized the entire game relies on your back- you have to bend to play it. So the pressure is double. What I didn’t know was, how a man who was shot, stood up, recovered and made a world record.”