”Code Name Tiranga’ Is Dedicated To All The Unsung Protectors Of India’, Says Parineeti Chopra

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: With her new movie ‘Code Name Tiranga,’ actor Parineeti Chopra has paid tribute to “unsung protectors of India.”

“Code Name Tiranga is dedicated to all the unsung protectors of India like our courageous squaddies, our daredevil marketers, and every unmarried man or woman who have sacrificed the whole lot to protect our country. I even have continually been fascinated by such humans all my existence,” Parineeti said. She added, “So, to be doing a film in which I pay tribute to these warriors of our state is a matter of tremendous pride and honour. Their lives have stimulated us to be better human beings and we’re all indebted to them for their braveness and valour that has saved our country Infinite times.”


Helmed by way of Ribhu Dasgupta, ‘Code Name Tiranga’ also stars Harrdy Sandhu. In the movie, Parineeti might be seen gambling the role of a raw agent. For her function, she has learned the Israeli martial art shape Krav Maga.

Talking about the same, Parineeti shared, “One of the important thing motion strategies of an agent is hand-to-hand combat, so I learned Krav Maga a form of martial arts, for a total of 3 months to get my action sequences proper. It is a very bodily and mentally demanding shape of martial arts as it’s now not most effective just movements, but it additionally desires plenty of mental recognition of the environment one is wherein is what precisely an agent desires to do on a task.”

“Most of my fight sequences were towards guys who were plenty taller than me, just like the stunt men and co-actor Sharad Kelkar, and now and again, the combat sequences would require them to fight with their complete frame weight,” she brought.

Sharad Kelkar, Rajit Kapur, Dibyendu Bhattacharya, Shishir Sharma, Sabyasachi Chakraborty and Deesh Mariwala are also a part of ‘Code Name Tiranga’, in order to hit the theatres on October 14.

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