Makers Of ‘Force 2’ Receive Letters Of Appreciation From Families Of Martyrs

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12:36 pm 20 Oct, 2016

 The recently released trailer to the sequel of the 2011 hit ‘Force’ has been garnering an overwhelming response from the audiences. The trailer of the espionage thriller, has taken the internet by storm and has struck a chord with the audiences.
The makers of ‘Force 2’ have dedicated the movie to all the heroes who have sacrificed their lives for the nation. It is for the first time that a film has been dedicated to the unsung heroes (spies) of our country.

A special slide has been added to the trailer to salute the unrecognised martyrs. The slide reads:

‘Dedicated to the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the country and yet remained unnamed and unrecognised’.
After the release of the trailer, three families of martyrs contacted with the makers of ‘Force 2’. They sent letters expressing appreciation to the makers, for recognising the sacrifice of their loved ones.

Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the film’s producer, says:

” We weren’t expecting this kind of response. I’m happy that we are the first in saluting our unsung martyrs. My team and I were really touched by the letters. The families of soldiers and undercover agents have also thanked us for appreciating the loved ones they’ve lost. That means a lot to us.”

He added:

“There’s little that the kin of these heroes get. Our government is working towards the betterment of the intelligence officers and soldiers. May be we can bring the plight of the families of the deceased officers to their notice and help them. After seeing the response , we’ve expedited the process.”
The issue of martyrs not receiving recognition is a big issue – an issue that remains unattended to.

‘Force 2’ is an earnest effort at giving an ovation to the unrecognised martyrs of our country and the makers are honoured and touched with this gesture of the three families.

The team will visit Amar Jawan Jyoti in Delhi to spread awareness about how India’s spies help protect the country. They will then be launching a petition asking the government of India to recognise the uncelebrated martyrs of our country.
The ‘Force 2’ team is keen that the names of these unsung heroes should get recognised and even these heroes should be considered heroes of our nation.

Produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and John Abraham and directed by Abhinay Deo, the movie is all set to release on November 18, 2016.

If you haven’t watched the trailer yet, then waste no time and watch it here. The promising trailer will surely accelerate your excitement for the movie.


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