Victory

"Victory" is a film made in an authentic International Sports Film style, combining genuine on-field Sporting action with actual cricketers and a cast selected to carry off the powerful subject. Based on current happenings from the World of Indian Cricket, "Victory" personifies the challenges and dilemmas that almost every aspirant for the Indian Cricket Team faces and has to endure. Some emerge triumphant; some fall by the wayside, while some have to undergo a trial by fire to test their character and self-belief before their fate is decided."Victory" is the story of one such aspirant and his journey through the minefield of being a cricket celebrity in India. "Victory" is the story of Vijay Shekhawat, as well as his family and loved ones, who have to endure the journey as well. "Victory" is an insightful, dramatic, large-scale film which charts the journey of dreams of every average Indian who hopes to make it BIG in Indian Cricket, dreams of adulation and success, in every sphere of life.

- Synopsis provided by CinemaSource

Credits

Director:

  • Ajit Pal Mangat

Cast:

  • Navjot Singh Siddhu
  • Anupam Kher
  • Harman Baweja
  • Mohindar Amarnath
  • Gulshan Grover
  • Bret Lee
  • Tinu Anand
  • Dmitri Mascerhanes
  • Waqar Younus
  • Brad Hogg

Writers:

  • Darab Farouqui
  • Kannan Iyer

Producer:

  • Kosha Mangat

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