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Sadiyaan: Boundaries Divide... Love Unites (2010)

A Hindu/Sikh family face challenges when their adopted son falls in love with a Muslim girl.

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... Amrit Kaur
... Benezer Pervez Shahbudin
... Pervez Shahbudin
... Kartar Singh
Rakhee Tandon ... Balbeer Kaur (as Rakhi Tandon)
... Nafisa Imran Noor Muhammad
Rekha Rao ... Tebrez's Wife
Vipinn O. ... Tebrez
Veena Barua ... Rajveer's Mother
Ranjan Koshal ... Iqbal Singh
Deep Dhillon ... Imran Noor Muhammad
... Rajveer Singh
Ahmed Khan ... Noor Muhammad (as Ahmed Khan)
Shakeel Khan ... Mamu
... Haldiram (as Vivek Shouq)
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While waiting at Attari Railway Station circa 1968, Rajveer Singh and his wife, Amrit Kaur, recall the turbulent years of partition, how they fled from their hometown in Lahore, and of being separated from their only son, Ehsaan. They arrive near Amritsar and take over the vacant house of Pervez Shahbudin - with it's lone occupant, a male child, left behind by his parents. Amrit gets to adopt him after Rajveer is unable to locate his parents, and they call him Ehsaan - who soon grows up to excel in studies and sports. On a trip to Kashmir, he meets with and falls in love with Chandni rather dramatically, and is overjoyed to learn that she also is from Amritsar. He returns home and informs his parents about her, and goes to meet her parents. It is here that his romance will have to face reality when he finds out that she is the grand-daughter of conservative Haji Noor Muhammad - who has no intention of permitting anyone from his family to marry a Hindu/Sikh. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Pehla Pehla Tejurba Hai
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Composed by Adnan Sami
Performed by Kunal Ganjawala and Sunidhi Chauhan
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Waste of time and money
10 April 2010 | by See all my reviews

Watched this horrible movie last Friday. I went to see this in anticipation of some new story and acting of new comer Luv Sinha.

All I can say that , one will get more entertainment by watching TV than spending 'sadiyaan' in movie theater to wait for end.

Luv Sinha looks and acts like a road side tea seller. God knows , from where he got the idea of acting in movies.

Music is OK but could be better.

Director did a wise thing by taking Hema, Rekha and Rishi Kapoor in the movie. At last, you can find some solace to see these seasoned actors on screen.


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