Sunil Shetty saddened by the demise of Indo-Pak war hero Bhairon Singh, played his role in ‘Border’

Suniel Shetty On Bhairon Singh Death: Sunil Shetty who played the character of Jawan Bhairon Singh in the film Border has passed away. Sunil Shetty has expressed grief after the arrival of this news.

Bhairon Singh and Sunil Shetty

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Border Actor Suniel Shetty on Bhairon Singh Death: Multi starrer film directed by JP Duttaborder‘ in Sunil Shetty The hero Bhairon Singh Rathore (retired) who played the character has passed away. BSF has given this information through Twitter. Sunil Shetty is also saddened to hear the news of Bhairon Singh saying goodbye to this world. He has paid tribute to Bhairon Singh by tweeting.

on Monday B S f A tweet was made on behalf of Bhairon Singh with a picture. The tweet read, “The BSF DG and officers of all ranks condole the demise of Naik Bhairon Singh (Retd), the hero of the 1971 Battle of Longewala. BSF salutes their bravery, courage and dedication towards their duty. The Prahari family stands with his family in this difficult time.

Sunil Shetty expressed grief

Sunil Shetty played the character of Bhairon Singh in the film Border. However, in the film, he becomes a martyr while fighting the enemy. Now Sunil Shetty has expressed grief over his demise. Tweeting a quote to BSF’s tweet, he wrote, “Rest in Power Bhairon Singh ji. Heartfelt condolences to the family.

Bhairon Singh was the hero of 1971 Indo-Pak war

Bhairon Singh is remembered for his extraordinary bravery in Longewala during the India-Pakistan war in 1971. He was unwell for the past few days and was admitted to AIIMS Hospital in Jodhpur. On December 16, PM Modi also spoke to Bhairon Singh on the phone to know his condition. He breathed his last on Monday at the age of 81.

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Many actors like Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty, Akshaye Khanna, Jackie Shroff, Sudesh Berry, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, Tabu and Pooja Bhatt were seen in the film Border. Along with directing this film, JP Dutta also wrote its screenplay. This film, which came in the year 1997, filled the countrymen with pride. Even today this film is kept at the top of India’s war films.

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