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Cinematic power rules

chandigarh Updated: Nov 23, 2014 22:59 IST
Usmeet Kaur

Director Harry Baweja belives that the impact that a two-hour film can have cannot even be replicated by 20 books. Ministers were also delighted with the results, so much so that they made it tax-free in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh.

PAN INDIA REACTION OF THE AUDIENCE

Amritsar-based banker Navi Singh, “The 3D animation was so good that I felt like I was sitting in that chapter of history and the ‘sahibzaade’ had come alive around me. ”

A Chandigarh-based business man Raminder Singh said, “There seem to be no words to appreciate or laud the cinematic approach and the quality of animation used by the filmmaker.

The lesser known historical facts and saga of the youngest martyrs have been highlighted beautifully.”

PATHBREAKING FILM

The film, which is the first 3D animation film on Sikh history, is a must watch for every section of the society. It also clearly states that even the Mughals declared Guru Gobind Singh ji as ‘Hind da peer’, a national hero.

The voiceover in the film has been given by Om Puri and famous singers such as Sukhwinder Singh, Jaspinder Narula and Amrinder Gill have given their voices to the ‘Gurbani’. 3D animation stills from the historical film ‘Chaar Sahibzaade’

The film also defines the major role of the wife of a supreme martyr, mother of a brave saint-soldier and the grandmother Mata Gujri who attained martyrdom along with her youngest grandsons Zorawar and Fateh Singh at the age of 81.