1962: The War In The Hills Features Akash Thosar In The Role Of A Army Man

Actor Akash Thosar reveals the first look of his character as an Army man, from his upcoming Military drama series 1962: The War In The Hills.

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1962: The War In The Hills Features Akash Thosar In The Role Of A Army Man
From his debut film Sairat, actor Akash Thosar has been one of the most talented and entertaining actors in the Marathi industry. The actor never failed to entertain and surprise fans with his amazing acting skills. A while ago he gave rise to excitement among the fans, when his upcoming sports-drama, Jhund, including the legendary Amitabh Bachchan was announced. But recently, the actor doubled up the excitement when he announced his upcoming Hindi web series 1962: The War In The Hills.

This Disney Hotstar original series is directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and has actor Abhay Deol in the lead role. Talking about Akash, the actor will be playing the role of Indian soldier Sepoy Kishan in the series.

At the end of this January, the actor had revealed the teaser of the series on his social media handle. And, recently he took to his Insta to post the first look of his character. The actor looks perfectly like a soldier. His physique and overall look suit his role perfectly. Posting his first look, the actor also wrote his feelings, saying that if he hadn’t become an actor, then he would have surely joined the Indian Army. Because joining the army was his dream since his childhood, says the actor.

Talking about the series, the story of the series is based on the Indo-Chinese war of 1962. The story depicts how a single Indian Army Major along with his 125 soldiers, fought the huge Chinese Army containing 3000 soldiers. The teaser of the series looks awesome. And by the response it has gained, it looks like the audience is pretty excited for the series.

Image source: Instagram/akashthosar
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