A sequel of Chaar Sahibzaade, the first photo-realistic 3D animated film based on the real story of sacrifices of the four sons of the 10th Sikh master Guru Gobind Singh, is being worked upon.
According to TheGraphicSlate.com, the sequel is in its initial pre-production stage and Prime Focus India would be working on the animation and post-production of the film, which will once again be directed by Harry Baweja.
The sequel is expected to be released only in the latter half of 2017.
The first part used still images of Guru Gobind Singh for reference and actor Om Puri gave his voice for the dialogues. In view of the religious background, every dubbing artist in the movie was anonymous and no voicing credit was given.
Produced by Pammi Baweja, the first part was released on November 6, 2014, in Punjabi, Hindi and English (in the UK) to an overwhelming response. It was made on a budget of Rs 10-12 crore and managed to earn Rs 90 crore globally with only 350 prints.