Kesari World Television Premiere Date, Time & Channel


Akshay Kumar Starrer Kesari is all set to premiere on Zee Cinema Channel. Kesari is written and directed by Anurag Singh under the banner of Dharma Productions, Capt of Good Films. This movie is based on the Battle of Saragrahi, fought between the British Indian Army and Pashtun Tribesmen. Check down below Kesari World Television Premiere Date, Time & Channel.

Kesari World Television Premiere

Kesari was made in 80 Crore and the box office collection was approx 208 crore. The movie received a positive response from the audiences as well as critics.

Film Critic Taran Adarsh gives four stars and says, “Chronicles a significant chapter from history brilliantly… Nationalism, patriotism, heroism, scale, and soul – #Kesari has it all. Akshay’s career-best act… Anurag Singh’s direction is terrific… Don’t miss!”

Komal Nahta Says, “Anurag Singh’s direction is very good. He has handled the subject with the sensitivity it deserves. His narrative style succeeds in evoking feelings of patriotism in the hearts of the view­ers.On the whole, Kesari is a box-office winner. It will do very well at the ticket windows. Business in East Punjab and Delhi will be excellent. It will join the 100-crore club very fast.”

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Kesari World Television Premiere Date, Time & Channel

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Parineeti Chopra, Vivek Saini, Vikram Kochhar, Suvinder Vicky

Writer: Anurag Singh

Director: Anurag Singh

Producer: Karan Johar, Apurva Mehta

Production House: Dharma Productions, Cape of Good Films, Azure Entertainment

World Television Premiere Date: 15th August 2019

World Television Premiere Time: 12 PM

Channel: Zee Cinema

Film Critic Anupama Chopra giver two and a half stars and says, “What does wobble is the writing, which needed to be tighter and more layered. The characters are all one-note and the film is 150 minutes long – the entire first half is an introduction to the characters and a build-up to the battle, which only begins in the second. Towards the end, there are long snatches with barely any dialogue. There’s just fighting, screaming and slicing. Instead, we get bloodshed in slow motion, a few good men fighting until their last breath and a plaintive soundtrack to underline their immense sacrifice. It gets a little exhausting. I’m going with two and a half stars”


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