One of the foremost unforgettable characters from J P Dutta’s film, Border was played by Sunny Deol and was supported the lifetime of the hero of 1971 war, general officer Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri who passed on to the great beyond nowadays. The actor expressed his condolences on a similar. Sometimes, characters in Bollywood movies are galvanized from real heroes who have played an important history of our country. This will be aforementioned concerning general officer Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri. He’s the Hero of 1971 battle of Longewala against Pakistan. Not solely this, he’s the man whose role was played by Bollywood actor Sunny Deol within the 1997 movie, Border. within the movie, we tend to saw Sunny Deol because the brave soldier who fought the Pakistani army precisely the means general officer Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri did in 1971.
Today, the hero of the 1971 war, general officer Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri passed on to the great beyond. He breathed his last this morning. On hearing this news, Sunny Deol took to social media to specific his grief over the death of the 1971 war hero and mentioned that for his contribution to the state would continuously be indebted to him. He took to Twitter to share an image of the Late general officer Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri and wrote, “Sad to understand that general officer Kuldeep Chandpuri passed on to the great beyond nowadays. we’ll forever keep indebted to the present nice soldier.”
Brigadier Kuldeep Singh Chandpuri was the recipient of the best gallantry award in India, Mahavir Chakra for his role within the Battle of 1971 against Pakistan. He galvanized Sunny Deol’s role in J P Dutta’s 1997 film Border. On the work front, he was last seen in Mohalla Assi leading Sakshi Tanwar, Ravi Kishen, Saurabh Shukla, and Mukesh Tiwari. On the opposite hand, Sunny Deol is busy with the promotions of the forthcoming film, Bhaiaji Superhit leading Arshad Warsi and Preity Zinta. The movie is directed by Neeraj Pathak. Bhaiaji Superhit can hit the theatres on November 23, 2018.