The coin is called John Wick coin and is being launched as a tribute to one of India’s most celebrated soldiers.
The coin was unveiled at the Mint of India (MOI) in New Delhi today and will be priced at Rs 1,500,000.
It is the second coin of its kind to be released by the Mint.
A similar coin was launched last year and has a limited number of pre-orders.
The Mint also has a dedicated collection of Indian currency notes in its vault.
The Mint says the John Wick is being made to honour the legendary Indian hero, who was killed in an ambush in the jungles of Vietnam on June 7, 1971.
He is also known as the “Killer of the Republic”.
The Mint’s coin is being released to coincide with the centenary of the death of the late General V.K. Singh, who led the Indian army into North Vietnam in 1969 and eventually went on to command a force of about 1,000 men.
Singh was also known for his unconventional tactics, including blowing up villages with mines and killing and burning their inhabitants.