Sarbjit, which is based on the life of an Indian farmer, who was arrested and convicted on grounds of espionage by the Pakistani government and we bring you 4 reasons why watching Sarbjit should be on your ‘to-do’ list
Based On True Events
The film is based on the touching story of Dalbir Kaur, who waged a legal battle for 23 years in order to get her brother Sarabjit Singh released from a Pakistani prison, where he was incarcerated after being convicted of espionage. Though much has been written about the case, we are still curious to see the actual drama that unfolded at the time.
Omung, who started his career as Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s production designer, made his debut with Mary Kom and proved to everyone he is a potent artist uprising with itself. His characterization, renowned for realism and touching drama, will surely impress cinema once again this weekend.
Raw And Realistic: If you are tired of fluffy romances or masala movies, Sarbjit will surely have something different. The film is quite raw and real and the trailer of the film, which was released a few weeks back, has made us quite eager to watch the film as Hooda, Aishwarya and others, have put their heart and soul in their performances.
Music: The makers of the film have stand faithful to film theme, and generated the artistic music and haven’t diluted the emotional quotient of the music for the sake of commercial success.