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MAJOR – Premiere of First Video Glimpse Teaser On March 28

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MAJOR – Premiere of First Video Glimpse Teaser On March 28

MAJOR – Premiere of First Video Glimpse Teaser On March 28

On March 15th, the 44th birth anniversary of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, the team of the film MAJOR released an exclusive and first video glimpse of the film, remembering the great soldier and paying their tribute to him. The film’s teaser will release on March 28th.

Sony Pictures Films India has also launched a website for people to send in their tributes and messages for Late Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan: . The messages sent by people and fans of Major Sandeep will be then collated into a collage and gifted to Major’s parents.

Produced by Sony Pictures Films India in association with Mahesh Babu’s GMB Entertainment and A+S Movies, MAJOR, a bilingual film shot in Hindi and Telugu, is slated to release in North American theaters on July 2nd, 2021.

Sandeep was born on 15th March 1977. He joined the National Defence Academy (India) (NDA), Pune, Maharashtra in 1995. He was a part of the Oscar Squadron (No. 4 Battalion) and a graduate of the 94th Course NDA. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts. His NDA friends remember him as “selfless”, “generous” and “calm and composed”.

He has commissioned a lieutenant in the 7th Battalion of the Bihar Regiment (Infantry) on 12 June 1999. On the evening of 31 December 1999, Sandeep led a team of six soldiers and managed to establish a post 200 meters from the opposing side and under direct observation and fire.

Promoted captain on 12 June 2003 and to major on 12 June 2005, Sandeep opted for the NSG commando service which he joined on deputation in 2006. After serving the Indian Army in different locations in Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan during counter-insurgencies for two terms, he was selected to join the National Security Guards. On completion of training, he was assigned to the Special Action Group (SAG) of NSG in January 2007 and participated in various operations of the NSG. During the ‘Ghatak course’ (at the Commando Wing (Infantry School), Belgaum), the most difficult course of the Army, Sandeep topped the course, earning an “Instructor Grading” and commendation.

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