Sanak: Release Date of Vidyut Jammwal’s Action Thriller Revealed

Commando actor Vidyut Jammwal has always been a sensation due to his action-packed films that give movies like Mission Impossible a good run for money. A martial artist and rising name in the Hindi film industry it is always exciting to hear about his upcoming projects.

As of recent, we know that action star Vidyut Jammwal’s upcoming film ‘Sanak – Hope Under Siege’ will not get a theatrical release but will be released digitally on Disney+ Hotstar.

The Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Zee Studios film is directed by Kanishk Varma. It also stars Bengali actress Rukmini Maitra, who has been quietly creating the buzz through her films ‘Kabir’, ‘Kidnap’ and Cockpit. Along with the announcement, the makers have also launched a new intriguing poster featuring Vidyut holding a gun, looking like a man on a mission.

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Have a look at Vidyut Jammawal’s post for Sanak:

The actor took over his social media with a rather dramatic caption to introduce his upcoming film by writing:

“Maine sunna hai,
SANAK kuch bhi karwa sakti hai aur pyaar main Sanki bana sakti hai…
Ab meri #Sanak karegi saari hadein paar!”

The film is all set to bring out the emotional journey with action-packed sequences. Vidyut Jammwal plays the central character in the movie, he is pairing with producer Vipul Shah for the fifth time in his career. The film also stars Chandan Roy Sanyal and Neha Dhupia.

‘Sanak – Hope Under Siege’ is presented by Zee Studios in association with Sunshine Pictures Pvt Ltd. It is a Vipul Amrutlal Shah production, directed by Kanishk Varma. The release date of the movie will be announced soon.

We are eagerly waiting to see Vidyut Jammwal do his magic in the upcoming film!

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