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A movie based on Sarbjit Singh`s life


20 May, 2016
2 hrs 12 mins
19,950 votes
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Sarbjit Singh, an Indian resident of the Bhikhiwind village at the Indo-Pak border, was convicted as a terrorist by Pakistan`s Supreme Court in 1991. After 22 years on death row, he was attacked by fellow inmates in jail and died in a Lahore hospital six days later.
Watch Randeep Hooda play the title role and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan play his sister Dalbir Kaur, in this latest release.
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Verdict: A film based on a true story that fails to create a lasting effect. There are some stories that need to be voiced so that people get an idea of the real picture. One such true story is of Sarabjit Singh and his sister, Dalbir Kaur. Director Omung Kumar has tried to narrate this []... ...Read full review
Omung Kumar`s second biopic (first one being `Mary Kom`) - `Sarbjit` - captures the grit and courage of a sister who is fighting for her jailed brother, in a different country. The movie which orchestrates an amalgamation of a powerful star cast and commendable narration is packed with the right ingredients to render a heavy impact on the audiences this year. Kudos to Omung for telling a true story which needed to be told for a long time now. ...Read full review
A lot has been written about the real life story of Sarabjit Singh, a farmer from Bhikhiwind, Punjab, who was tortured to death in a jail in Pakistan. While there was a theory that he was spy working for the Indian government, one cannot ignore the pain and trauma of what his family went through. Sarbjit`s sister, Dalbir Kaur, tirelessly ran from pillar to post for many years to free her brother and was often a topic of debate at the Parliament. What Dalbir went through, how Sarbjit`s life was made a living hell because of a mistaken identity, the movie explores everything in the run time of approximately 2 hour and 11 minutes. ...Read full review
It isnt merely a coincidence that Aishwarya Rais most memorable work has been in Sanjay Leela Bhansalis films, her theatrical, heightened style of performance generally complementing his operatic filmmaking. InSarbjit, directed by Omung Kumar (he incidentally served as art director on two of Bhansalis films), the actress works herself up into a lather all flared nostrils, bloodshot eyes, and flailing arms to play Dalbir Kaur, the sister of Sarabjit Singh, who toiled away tirelessly over two decades hoping to secure his release from a Pakistani prison, where he was eventually killed in an attack by prison inmates. ...Read full review