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Sadda Haq (2013)

Canadian Student Sharon Gill comes to India for her research on the topic "why minority was at war in Punjab"? During her journey she meets a former militant Kartar Singh Baaz who is in ... See full summary »


Mandeep Benipal


Kuljinder Singh Sidhu (screenplay), Kuljinder Singh Sidhu (story)


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Credited cast:
Gurpreet Bhangu Gurpreet Bhangu ... Old Lady
Talwinder Bhullar Talwinder Bhullar ... Dr. Lakhbir Singh
Nagainder Gakhar Nagainder Gakhar ... Gurdev Singh Baht
Yaad Garewal Yaad Garewal ... Hansukh Kadiyanwala
Sunny Gill Sunny Gill ... Baldev Singh
Sudhanshu Gour Sudhanshu Gour ... Prathamjit Singh
Sukh Hundal Sukh Hundal ... Mehtab Singh
Gaurav Kakkar Gaurav Kakkar ... Karan Singh Randhawa
Sandeep Kapoor Sandeep Kapoor ... CBI Officer Chettri
Jasleen Kaur Jasleen Kaur ... Shalini
Sandeep Kaur Sandeep Kaur ... Sandeep Kaur
Neeraj Kaushik Neeraj Kaushik ... Jailor
Nabila Khan Nabila Khan ... Sharon's Mother
Dev Kharoud Dev Kharoud ... Rajwant Singh
Himanshi Khurana ... Sukhpreet Kaur (as Himanshi Khurrana)


Canadian Student Sharon Gill comes to India for her research on the topic "why minority was at war in Punjab"? During her journey she meets a former militant Kartar Singh Baaz who is in jail. Bass informs her that he was very good hockey player and his only dream was to play for India, but prevailing circumstances forced him and many other Sikh youngsters like him to join militant movement. Written by Sadda Haq

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5 April 2013 (USA) See more »


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INR 1,500,000 (estimated)
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22 May 2013 | by rubysrajSee all my reviews

Its a good attempt from Punjabi Cinema on lines of Bollywood............. Bollywood has minted a lot of money from India-Pakistan politics based movies..... SO Punjabi directors thought why not use the same old idea to mint money.... Punjab has seen very times. Post operation bluestar was the worst time for Punjab. I have lived those times. People were scared to go out of their homes. Everyday non sikhs were pulled out of the buses and killed. I myself am a Sikh and have done a lot of research on Violence and Sikhism. None of the Gurus promoted Violence. But some idiotic people bring Guru Gobind Singh's name to emotionally blackmail average IQ people. Religion is one thing that very easy to manipulate in common mob. Few of the power hungry people manipulate normal mob's emotions. They get their power and money but the mob suffers. During all this terrorism movement , it was the common mob that suffered. Even this movie depicts that, although it failed to depict that a lot of non sikhs suffered a lot during this. Overall I am just giving this movie 2/10, just because we need to let heal of our old wounds rather than keeping them bleeding........... I don't know what other people saw in this movie and they kept giving EXCEPTIONAL to this movie. To me it was just half reality portrayed, And Jazzy B song, comparing Guru Gobind SIngh with low life terrorists, is absolutely blasphemous. Its Just like people getting message out from GITA to kill people and Jehad justifying killing as well......... I guess people think what they want to think.............

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