How did Vikram Batra actually die?

Captain Batra died during the war, and was previously played on screen by Abhishek Bachchan in LOC: Kargil. He then falls down and bleeds from the mouth when he chants his unit’s war cry ‘Hail Mother Durga’ (Durga mata ki jai). He then falls down and becomes a martyr.

When did Vikram Batra die?

July 7, 1999
Vikram Batra/Date of death

Did Vikram Batra died in Kargil war?

Shershaah is based on the life of Captain Vikram Batra, who died in the Kargil War and was honoured with the Param Vir Chakra posthumously. To begin with, she thanked Captain Vikram Batra for “inspiring” all of us with his “personality and bravery.”

Which caste is Batra?

Batra is an Indian Hindu and Sikh clan of the Arora community of Punjab.

Who is Malhotra caste?

Indian (Panjab): Hindu (Khatri) name based on the name of a clan in the Khatri community. It is a modified form of Mehrotra, which is itself an extended form of Mehra (Panjabi méra ‘chief’, ‘master’). The founder of the Malhotra clan is said to have been called Mehr Chand.

Why was Vikram Batra awarded Param Vir Chakra?

Captain Vikram Batra, PVC (9 September 1974 – 7 July 1999) was an officer of the Indian Army, awarded with the Param Vir Chakra, India’s highest and most prestigious award for valour, for his actions during the 1999 Kargil War. He led one of the toughest operations in mountain warfare in Indian history.

What was the last time Vikram Batra spoke to his mother?

This was the last time that Batra spoke to his mother. Beginning his service as a lieutenant, he rose to the rank of Captain. The 13 JAK RIF reached Dras on 6 June, was placed under the command of 56 Mountain Brigade, and was given orders to act as reserves to the 2nd battalion, Rajputana Rifles (2 RAJ RIF) during their attack on Tololing mountain.

When did captain Vikram Batra attack Point 5140?

During ‘Operation Vijay’, on 20 June 1999, Captain Vikram Batra, Commander Delta Company was tasked to attack Point 5140. Captain Batra with his company skirted around the feature from the East and maintaining surprise reached within assaulting distance of the enemy.

Where did Vikram Batra go to commando course?

In January 1999, Batra was sent to attend the Commando Course at Belgaum, Karnataka where he excelled. The course lasted for two months and at the end of it, he was awarded the highest grading—the Instructor’s Grade. Every time when he came home to Palampur on leave, he would visit the Neugal Cafe.