Release Date : 20 May, 2016
Director : Omung Kumar
Sarabjit Singh, an Indian resident of the Bhikhiwind village at the Indo-Pak border, was convicted as a terrorist by Pakistan\'s Supreme Court in 1991. After 22 years on death row, he was attacked by fellow inmates in jail and died in a Lahore hospital six days later.
This movie is a biopic on Singhs life where Randeep Hooda plays Sabarjit Singh and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will play Sarabjit\'s sister Dalbir Kaur, who campaigned for years to have him taken off the death row.
With the star not shining all that bright and the actors in the mix not allowed to play the game their way, Sarbjit is a well-meaning outing that fails to do justice to its subject... Read Full Review
Sarbjit fails to rise above its commercial nature to actually hit you in the gut with its real story. Read Full Review
Filmmaker Omung Kumar hasn't just dropped a vowel from the unlucky hero's name for his film based on Sarabjit Singh, who Pakistan alleged was an Indian spy responsible for carrying out bomb blasts in its territory, but he has also made the reel story Read Full Review
This, however, is just my opinion. I’m sure Mr Kumar can write his own review, and quote himself on the poster... Read Full Review