Force 2: John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha pay their respect to the martyrs at India Gate
Force 2: John Abraham and Sonakshi Sinha pay their respect to the martyrs at India Gate. Pictured: Force 2 posterPR Handout

The team of Force 2 recently visited Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, New Delhi, to pay their respects to martyrs, who lost their lives during First World War. John Abraham and Sonakshi Singh, who play the leads in the film, also spread awareness about recognising the uncelebrated martyrs of our country.

Force 2 pays tribute to the unsung heroes of our country. The makers have dedicated the movie's trailer to all the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the nation. This is for the first time that a trailer of a Bollywood film has been dedicated to the real heroes of our country.

"There are many true incidents in India. Force 2 is a combination of many stories together, it's a very credible film, a real film. It's a very big film so we had already decided one and a half year ago while conceptualizing the film that we'll definitely come here, Amar Jawan Jyoti and pay respect to them," John said in a statement.

"The soldiers are our real life heroes, we met Major D P Singh, we saw bullet wounds from the Kargil war, his right leg was removed so he was wearing an artificial one. We have our respective Vinod Sawhney sir and Swaranlaal Shivram, he was also in Pakistan for 14 and a half years as prisoners of war and even Sawhney sir was in Pakistan for 11 years, so we feel good to come here," he added.

Force 2 will see John and Sonakshi sharing the screen space for the first time. While the actor will play a tough cop, Sonakshi will be seen delivering some power-packed action scenes. Force 2 will hit the theatres on November 18.