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Sarbjit trailer shows Aish and Randeep’s painful life

Omung Kumar-directed biopic Sarbjit, tells Sarabjit Singh and his family’s painful journey. Which features Randeep as Sarabjit and Aishwarya as Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit.

Omung Kumar-directed biopic Sarbjit, tells Sarabjit Singh and his family’s painful journey. Which features Randeep as Sarabjit and Aishwarya as Dalbir Kaur, sister of Sarabjit.
Could Randeep Hooda and Aishwarya Rai’s Sarbjit, the biopic of an Indian farmer sentenced to death in Pakistan on charges of terrorism and spying, prove to be the best Bollywood film of 2016? If the film’s trailer, released on Thursday, is any measure, this Omung Kumar-directed biopic is sure to raise the bar a few notches.
 

The trailer focusses on the plight of Sarbjit’s family, especially his sister. It also showcases the life inside Pakistani jails and how inmates are treated there.

The trailer focusses on the plight of Sarbjit’s family, especially his sister. It also showcases the life inside Pakistani jails and how inmates are treated there.
In This Image: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
The trailer focusses on the plight of Sarbjit’s family, especially his sister. It also showcases the life inside Pakistani jails and how inmates are treated there.

Hooda is in his elements and looks every bit the character he is playing. He has lost weight and the cynical attitude that seeps in after spending many years in a claustrophobic space is quite visible on his face.

Hooda is in his elements and looks every bit the character he is playing. He has lost weight and the cynical attitude that seeps in after spending many years in a claustrophobic space is quite visible on his face.
Sarbjit will hit the screens on May 20, 2016. We hope it prove to be the best Bollywood film of 2016

Aishwarya too looks stunning in her de-glammed avatar. She has been shown fighting for justice in Delhi and other places.

Aishwarya too looks stunning in her de-glammed avatar. She has been shown fighting for justice in Delhi and other places.
Though Kumar, who earlier directed Mary Kom, preferred a dramatic trailer, he still manages to give the feeling of a biopic. It’s clear that the spotlight will be on Aishwarya, but Randeep Hooda is difficult to ignore.