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Based on a actual events, the story is about a Pakistani Hindu boy and his father who accidentally cross the border into India from their village in Pakistan at a time of extreme war like tension between the 2 countries and end up spending 5 years in an Indian prison while the mother left behind wonders what has happened to them. Written by
Ramchand Pakistani is a story of a Hindu lower caste Pakistani boy and his father living near the border area. One day both the father and the son cross the border and arrested by Indian security. They spent several years in an Indian jail and the mother does not have any information what is happened to them. After some years only the son returns to his own village in search of his mother. The film is brilliantly directed but the story line is little bit pure. Both the father and Ramchand(younger) acted very well. The film has a good back ground score and the last song 'phir wohi raaste' is excellent with a good picturization.
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