Sarbjit

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.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
43%
NOT RATED
Year:
2016
131 min
91 Views


Sarbjit.

Sarbjit

Sarbjit.

Sarbjit.

Brother

Sarbjit.

Brother

- Sarbjit.

Brother...

Sarbjit...

Any clue?

We were very drunk sister

But l swear, l remember

he said he was going home...

lf Sarbjit had left for home,

shouldn't he have reached by now?!

Stop wasting time and

go find my brother!

Sarbjit... Sarbjit...

- Yes.

Sarbjit...

Brother...

My brother,

have you seen him anywhere?

No, we haven't seen him...sorry

Call someone else and see

Sarbjit...

Stop here...

Stop stop stop

l think its him

Sarbjit is that you?

Hey, who are you?

Get lost... let me sleep...

ls it him?...

Where is my brother?

Brother...

l've looked in all neighboring

fields and villages.

Even called ourfriends.

No clue at all.

He's never had enemies either.

What next now, sister?

But what's the harm in lodging

a First lnvestigation Report ?

Relax Dalbir...

lt's only been 5 days...

That's exactly what

l've been trying to say.

These young men who

live nearthe Borders...

Their not interested in farming anymore...

Spying and smuggling

Excites them instead.

Sarbjit's not one of them.

He's responsible. He's a family man.

Madam...these so-called family-men...

They're the ones who flee first.

And why am l am

explaining this to you?

Hasn't your relationship with your husband

been through something similar?

Sardarji...you've known

Sarbjit since he was a kid.

All this is beyond

their reach and knowledge.

Forthe sake of these kids help us...

How... how can we help with this?

l am sure he's got a mistress

in one of the neighboring villages.

Aunty...please you don't analyze.

Why? Have l offended you?

You've no one to look forward to.

At least let your

brother's family flourish...

Let's go, sister.

'You've no one to look forward to.'

'At least let your brother

settle down happily.'

Hey they are here...

Brother in law,

Mandev and Sister Dalbir are here...

Hey, Dalbir. Bless you.

Heard the good news. Many congrats...

Congrats, Mandev.

Got this good news after 6 years.

l bet you will have a baby boy.

Absolutely. - Dance everyone.

My prayer is heard.

Where's Dalbir?

Look for Sarbjit

and you will find Dalbir.

''Celebrations taken over my mind...

l've lost myself to this joy...

''The tune of love started

resonating in my heart...''

''l like this excitement within...''

''l think l am in love.''

''My heart tells me

to cross all limits today.''

''l've lost myself to this joy....''

''l lost my heart...''

''lf you say yes to me...

like your nose ring...''

''...orthe button on yourtop.''

''l'll always be with you, beloved.''

''Why...do you tease girls?''

''Don't follow me around.''

''l will report you.''

''My heart's crazy about your beauty.''

''l've lost myself to this joy....''

''l've lost myself to this joy....''

''l lost my heart...''

''We've been blessed with this

happiness after a long time.''

''The auspicious night has arrived,

l can hearthe drums resonating.''

''Come on, beat those drums harder.''

''Shed all your inhibitions...

and shake that waist.''

''l am so happy...

so-so happy.''

''Happiness has graced our home.''

''l'm dancing...so are my friends.''

''She's dancing up a storm.''

''Let's all have a blast.''

''l've lost myself to this joy....''

''l lost my heart...''

''l've lost myself to this joy....''

''l lost my heart...''

There's no life left.

She's dead...

Hand her overto me, Dalbir.

Hand her.

Hand herto him.

Go, my child.

Almighty will make things right.

Don't worry

This courtyard will soon

have a kid playing in it.

Almighty will soon bless

you both with parenthood again...

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