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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)
Gurdas Mann ...
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Mohammed Khan
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The Sufi Saint
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Brig. Gen. Edward Harry Dwyer
Dave Anderson ...
O'Dwyer
Jazzy B.
John Barry ...
Michael Atlee
Charleen Carswell ...
Irene Rose Palmer
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Noor Jehan
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Udham's Mother (as Chetana)
Gurkirtan
Barry John ...
Michael Atlee
Joe Lamb ...
David McLennan ...
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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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Excellent portrayal of a great man!
19 May 2000 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

Raj Babbar's portrayal of Shaheed Udham Singh was remarkable to say the least! While watching the film you cannot help but notice how engulfed he was in the role. With a tremendous supporting star cast, this movie is sure to please anyone who is even remotely interested in the life of the man that some would argue was either the real reason behind India's independence, or the inspiration for others to follow in his steps to martyrdom during the British reign. What is also amazing is that a majority of the cast and crew refused to accept any kind of monetary gain for the film. This is truly a tribute to the one and only Shaheed Udham Singh.


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