Synopsis: Biopic of Sarabjit Singh, a farmer residing at Bhikiwind, Punjab, near the Indo-Pak border, crossed the border after having a couple of drinks. However, he was mistaken to be an Indian spy and was sentenced with capital punishment.
Director(s): Omung Kumar
  3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
131 min

She's already a mother, to him.

l'm the one left abandoned.

Stop! Dalbir!

Don't be a lunatic.

- l'll have to leave at any cost.

My brother's in the hospital.

He's got severe jaundice.

Why don't you understand?

- Yes l cannot understand!!!

You are incessantly praying...

Fasting like crazy for him.

Doesn't he has a family

to look after him?

Still you want to leave

your house and family for him?

He's my only brother.

He's almighty's boon to me.

l've literally raised him.

Nothing can change my mind.

Let go my hand.

lf today l let go of your hand...

then l will never ever hold it again

Come on everyone...

please stop working.

There's going to be a curfew.

Stop work please


Madam...there's going to be a curfew.

Everyone's going home.

lf you don't leave now,

you'll miss the bus.

By the could've

taken anotherweek off.

Don't worry...Sarbjit will be found.

'Only God has the answers

to certain questions.''

'Tomorrow morning, a procession will

be leaving forthe Golden temple.'

You should go to.

Maybe your prayers will be heard.''

''The tears in my eyes...''

''...have all dried up.''

''My abode's empty, since

you're not here.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

''The one that's lost.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

''The season of colors seem faded.''

''The tears in my eyes have dried up.''

''Who strummed those strings.''

''The lanes are completely drenched.''

''Obstructions on the road.''

''Stop my feet from marching ahead.''

''Bring back those bonds

that slipped through my hands.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

''The one that's lost.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

''The one that's lost.''

''O Lord...bring him back again.''

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