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It's based on True story.. Dharam Yudh Morcha is a fact-based Punjabi film covering the era from 1947 to 1984 and highlighting the fight of the Sikh people of India to safeguard the fundamental rights of the sikh religion and linguistic minorities and to establish an equal Sikh Rights in the Region of India.Written by
Piece of propaganda - Poorly acted, laughably bad facts
Made by propagandists, for propagandists. Movie revolves around post-independence Sikh history but in a very biased form. Shows Sikhs as the sole-lone warriors while rest of the state and people as their lackeys who bend down whenever the true, fiercely funny looking sikhs ask them something.
Shows Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale as the pious, sanctimonious devotee of the dharm and leader of entire dharm yudh movement that led to the radicalization of Akalis and conversely the Punjabi Sikh youth, fueled by Pakistan behind the curtains. Sadly, it didn't end well for Punjab with bloodbath going on both sides. Bhindrawale's followers actually resorted to killing innocents throughout Punjab while conveniently washing off the hands from the incident. This movie suppresses them all, and shows the movie from a biased point of view which is wrong portrayal. If the director was courageous in actually showing the truth, the entire hoopla behind ISI supported Khalistani propaganda would've come out, sad he didn't try to uncover those facts and selectively showed some to suit his own biased narrative.
While the movie production quality is good, but it is nothing more than a poorly acted, laughably wrong piece of trash which is better suited for viewings only in Canada/UK, wherever the Khalistani elements are still active.
Avoid it for your own good. It has nothing accurate to show. A better alternate would be 1984 but that doesn't covers the political part.
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