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Mumbai, Nov 5: Ajay Devgan’s Son of Sardar (SOS) is touted to be one of the biggest and grand releases of this festive season. Also starring the buxom Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt and Juhi Chawla, this movie promises to be a complete entertainment package.

The film is a remake of the Telugu blockbuster "Maryada Ramanna" directed by S.S. Rajamouli. Sonakshi Sinha is going to change the desi girl look of dabangg. Sonakshi is looks hot and buxom in the songs and the trailers of the movie. Ace designer Manish Malhotra chalked out a hip-and happening wardrobe, giving her a true Punjabi look in the movie. The actress was seen putting in lot of weight in her last two movies, Dabanng and Joker. Though Sonakshi was seen biting her lips and showing too much of her assets in her previous movie Joker, will however be seen playing a fiesty Punjabi girl. She even took lessons for learning to drive a bike, something she's quite proud of.

The main plot of the story revolves around Ajay Devgan who returns to his native village, for which he becomes the target is a long standing family feud. Ajay devgan is leaving no stone unturned to churn out a huge blockbuster. The trailers of the movie feature ruff and turf action scenes, which leave the audience in blowing whistles. Viewing Ajay's previous successes with Golmaal series, and the blockbuster Singham, this one will surely has the potential to break into the 100 crore club movies.

The film was also in controversy as some sikhs found some scenes objectionable. Later the movie was shown to few sikh leaders to clear the air. "They are happy after watching the movie", revealed devgan.

Directed by Ashwin Dhir and music by Himesh Reshammiaya, Sajid-Wajid and Sandeep Chowta is flavoured with Punjabi tadka. Salman khan's guest appearance in the song "pon-pon" will surely have more audience with regard to his popularity. Hope, this entertainer will give the audience its much needed Diwali treat.

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