Following the assassination of Mrs. Indira Gandhi, the Prime Minister of India, at the hands of her Sikh bodyguards, a wave of violence broke out against innocent Sikhs and their families. Pressure was also brought on the police to bring the assassins and their allies to justice. The police, with their limited resources, and the lack of any witnesses, brutally brought in innocent Sikh men and women, and aggressively interrogated them with third degree methods. This created a wave of sympathy for the extremists, and more people started joining them to revolt against an oppressive regime. This story is of one such family, consisting of Veerandra (Tabu), her brother Jaswant Singh or Jassi (Raj Zutshi), and her mom. One day Inspector Vohra (Kanwaljeet) comes to their house with a police escort to find out the whereabouts of Jimmy or Jaimal (Jasjit Shergill). Jassi playfully introduces the police party to his pet dog Jimmy, and is taken away for questioning. He returns several days later, ...
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Chod aaye hum [Maachis (1996)] Composer: Vishal Bharadwaj The famous whistling in the Hindi song inspired by the song, 'il campo di pallone' from the soundtrack of the Italian movie 'caro diario'. See more
Referenced in Fanney Khan
Tum Gaye (m)
Music by Vishal Bhardwaj
Lyrics by Gulzar
(as Sampooran Singh Gulzar)
Performed by Hariharan See more