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Directed by : Omung Kumar

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Sarbjit Singh (Randeep Hooda) lives in a village near Punjab with his wife Sukhpreet (Richa Chadha), sister Dalbir Kaur (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and father. He also has two daughters Poonam Kaur (Ankita Shrivastav) and Swapandeep Kaur. He was a farmer who worked in others farm and earn livelihood. One day he gets arrested by ...more


“So much of hardwork put in by everyone is undone by a LOUD Aishwarya!”

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Sarbjit Review Power packed acting by lead stars make this touching story a must watch

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The story has been covered extensively by the media and a screenplay apparently truthfully captures the plot in a sincere manner. The highlight is the extremely impressive acting of Randeep Huda as the prisoner kept under subhuman conditions in a Pakistani jail after his accidental crossing over the border in a drunken state. No less impressive is Aishwarya as his sister who works doggedly for his freedom. Not to be left behind Richa Chaddha plays the suffering wife realistically. The movie is long drawn and surely not Sunday entertainment. There are scenes which will bring you to tears specially when the entire family visits Sarabjit in jail for a few minutes.
Director Omung Kumar has done a commendable job in bringing to life the harrowing experience of the young villager Sarabjit in a Pakistani jail. The pain, anger, helplessness and frustration of brother, sister and wife has been brought out well. The director can however be faulted for making a rather long film which might tax the patience of the average cinegoer used to watching song and dance films.