Buzz is that Ajay Devgn's 'Sons Of Sardaar' will be based on the true story of 'Sikhs of Saragarhi'. It is said that the famous 'Battle Of Saragarhi' was fought on 12th September 1897 by 21 Sikhs of the 4th Battalian of the Sikh Regiment who laid down their lives defending an army post, fighting against 10000 Afghans.
The battle was fought in the North Frontier Province and is now named the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and is a part of Pakistan. The 21 Sikh contigent was led by Havildar Singh. Many even say that they had a brave cook too who also lost his life while fighting the battle. Thus there were actually 22 of them. In fact every year in many parts of the world and India, 12th September is celebrated as 'Saragarhi Day'. To commemorate these bravehearts, the British had even built two Saragarhi Gurudwara in Amritsar, close to the famous Golden Temple and the other one in Ferozepur Cantonment.
One even hears that Ajay is planning to picturize this biggest battle of heroism on an international scale, both in terms of budget and technology. 'Sons Of Sardaar' will hit the shooting floors once the actor wraps up 'Shivaay'. The film is slated to hit the big screens on Diwali 2017.