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Shaheed Uddham Singh: Alais Ram Mohammad Singh Azad (2000)

Udham Singh was born and brought in a Sikh family in Punjab, India, during the time when the British ruled India. Enraged at the massacre of over 2000 men, women, and children at the hands ... See full summary »

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Udham Singh (Ram Mohammed Singh Azad)
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Mohammed Khan
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Brig. Gen. Edward Harry Dwyer
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O'Dwyer
Jazzy B.
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Michael Atlee
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Irene Rose Palmer
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Noor Jehan
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Udham's Mother (as Chetana)
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Udham Singh was born and brought in a Sikh family in Punjab, India, during the time when the British ruled India. Enraged at the massacre of over 2000 men, women, and children at the hands of Brigardier General Edward Harry Dwyer (Tom Alter) in Jallianwalla, (now known in History books as the Jallianwalla Baug Massacre) Udham Singh swears vengeance. He sets about creating obstacles for the British, and is soon on wanted lists by the authorities, on one occasion he is shielded by a courtesan, Noor Jehan (Juhi Chawla). In order to achieve his vengenace, he travels to the United Kingdom, befriends the local Indians, as well as Irish Freedom Fighter, Irene Rose Palmer (Charleen Carswell). He finally kills Dwyer during a presentation. He is quickly apprehended, and jailed. He refuses to cooperate with the authorities, nor is he willing to accept that he is mentally incapable. His trial is a mockery and travesty of justice. He is ordered to be hung, and the press are forbidden to publish ... Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Shatru and Babbar are the best.
19 March 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Director Chitraarth Music Sukhshinder Shinda Producer Iqbal Dhillon Starring Raj Babbar, Juhi Chawla, Gurdas Mann July the 31st, 1940,Uddham Singh Alias Ram Mohammad Singh Azaad was executed in Pentonvilleprison, London at 9.00A.M. He had been charged with the murder of SirMichael O Dwyer, who was the Lt. Governor of Punjab at the time of the Jalianwala Bagh Massacre and also the man behind the conspiracy which was hatched to teach a lesson to the revolting Indians. December 26,1899, In a small town Sunam in the erstwhile Patiala state a boy is born to BiBi Harnam Kaur and Sardar Tehal Singh. Little did the poor duo know that the second son of theirs shall drag their names from the darkness and anonymity and write them in the annals of history. Ude Singh would have remained another no entity if it were not for the event of the April 13, 1919. On this bloody Baisakhi day he was one of the several volunteers who were serving water to the thirty thousands who had gathered in Jallianwala Bagh next to the revered Golden Temple in Amritsar. Ude Singh was now a politically conscious man but the path that he wanted to lead to achieve India's freedom still alluded him. But not for long. He accepted the thinking and methodology of the Ghadar Party. After his arrival in India in 1927 he was arrested for illegal possession of arms and jailed for five years. In jail, Ude Singh did not take things lying down. He fought for better facilities and prison reforms. Unfortunately, he was still in prison when his close friend and Idol Bhagat Singh was arrested and hanged. After his release from jail. Ude managed to get the police off his back, got a passport in the name of Uddham Singh and went to England to write the last and most glorious chapter of his life.


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