Indians should not forget the message of martyr Major’s life: Shesh

Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan was one of the many martyrs who laid down their lives for the country during the 26/11 operation in 2008. Maybe he is one of the unsung heroes recorded in school textbooks. But a young man who had read about himself in a chapter titled ‘Unsung Heroes’ in one such textbook made […]
 


Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan was one of the many martyrs who laid down their lives for the country during the 26/11 operation in 2008. Maybe he is one of the unsung heroes recorded in school textbooks.
But a young man who had read about himself in a chapter titled ‘Unsung Heroes’ in one such textbook made it his life’s mission to give Major Unnikrishnan the glory he deserved, which was beyond the pettiness of politicians.
It was the dream of young Adivasi Shesh, who spent his formative years in California, to ensure that Major Unnikrishnan lives on forever in the hearts of a grateful nation.
The Tollywood actor did so when he got the opportunity to do so, scripting and starring in the title role of the biopic titled ‘Major’, which released in May this year.
Major Unnikrishnan, an Indian Army officer serving on deputation to the 51 Special Action Group of the National Security Guard (NSG), immortalises the exploits of his heroic fight against Pakistani terrorists holed up at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai.
Major Unnikrishnan sacrificed his life on 28 November 2008, and was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra, the country’s highest peacetime gallantry award, on Republic Day 2009.
Sesh developed the professional and personal on-screen character of Major after working hard and reaching out to the martyr’s parents – a pious bond that the actor still cherishes.
“I’m going to Mumbai on the 26th, and I’ll be visiting uncle and Amma at the memorial. [मेजर उन्नीकृष्णन के माता-पिता] Will be with I think this is what Major Sandeep sir means to me, this is what the film means to me and this is what he did to me. ‘Major’ has changed my life and he has blessed my life. I’ll never forget it.”
The actor considers ‘Major’ to be a life-changing experience both professionally and personally. Sesha said that in a nation marked by divisions based on religion, caste and language, the big screen adaptation has brought the late Major Unnikrishnan closer to all Indians, despite all odds.
The actor said, “I remember reading about Major Sandeep in the chapter titled ‘Unsung Heroes’ in the CBSE textbook. It was a moment when everyone sang his name. So it meant a lot to me. was.”
As the country is commemorating the 14th anniversary of the 26/11 terror attacks, Sesha said Major Unnikrishnan’s sacrifice holds a great lesson for all Indians.
“I think it’s important to remember their sacrifice, but also to realize that we all can do something for our country and not just think about national holidays like 26/11 or January 26 or August 15. ” Told. “The goal is to think of our country in the way we live and work. That’s something I took away from playing Major and I hope the country thinks the same.”

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