Chaar Sahibzaade (2014)

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The sacrifices of the four sons of Guru Gobind Singh ji (tenth guru of Sikhs) - Baba Ajit Singh ji, Baba Jujhar Singh ji, Baba Zorawar Singh ji and Baba Fateh Singh ji.




  • Bhai Fateh Singh Ji in his youthful innocence and love-filled eyes.
  • Tha falcon (Baaj) of Guru Gobind Singh features many times during the historical events that transpire during the movie.
  • Bhai Ajit Singh Ji plays the Dilruba (a beautiful Indian stringed instrument) while singing Kirtan of Gurbani (sacred hymns)
  • Mata (mother) Sundri Ji appears before her son to praise him for the fearless sacrifice he is about to make.
  • Bhai Ajit Singh Ji, Bhai Jujhar Singh Ji, Bhai Zorawar Singh Ji, and Bhai Fateh Singh Ji
  • Mata (mother) Bhaag Kaur and the mighty Khalsa. She stands fearlessly before the mughals who were poised to attack.

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8 November 2014 | singh_arashdeep
| A True Story that will Win your Heart
The story of the 4 Sons of the 10th Sikh Guru is something every kid in Punjab has grown up with. So everyone in the audience already knows the 'plot' in a way. Still, this movie engrosses you, wraps you warmly in the lives of the Chaar Sahibzaadas, in the 17th-18th Century Punjab. It is an emotional ride. It Inspires you with the valor, Enrages you with the cruelty, Serenades you with the Kirtan and even makes you shed tears a few times. It relies heavily on the Narrative (done wonderfully by Om Puri) and the dialogue amongst the characters, specially the scenes at Sirhind involving the 2 younger Sons. For people who are not well versed with this episode of Sikh History, this movie can serve as a perfect 2 hour course.

Photo-Realistic Animation : it may not be really Impressive to the audience overexposed to world of Pixar, but it does the job gracefully. It was important for the characters to look like their pictures being carried over from centuries. So it worked perfectly well at that.

Thank you Harry Baweja, for a movie Full of Heart. Your relentless dedication towards the sensibilities of Sikhs, clearly shows in the handling of the crucial scenes, specially when they involved the Gurus. Hats Off !

Overall, this is one lovely movie, that can be enjoyed by the entire Family !

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