One of the most important events in Indian history is the Ghadar movement, a revolt against British rule and fight for India’s independence. Many brave freedom fighters laid down their lives. One such freedom fighter and a son of Punjab is Kartar Singh Sarabha, who is loved & remembered for his leadership role in the Ghadar movement.
Kavi Raz, after his successful Hollywood film, ‘The Black Prince’ is now offering us another epic Punjabi film titled ‘Sarabha- Cry for Freedom’ which takes us through his journey that inspired generations to come.
On Kartar Singh Sarabha’s 104th martyrdom day, the government of Punjab along with the villagers of his birthplace organized a state-level programme where the filmmakers also released the poster of 'Sarabha Cry For Freedom'. This initiative was led by Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amrinder Singh.
Written and directed by Kavi Raz, the film stars Japtej Singh, Mukul Dev, Kavi Raz, Malkeet Rauni, Mahabir Bhullar, Jaspinder Cheema, Kanwar Grewal, Puneet and Jasbir Jassi in prominent roles.
On the occasion of the poster of 'Sarabha Cry For Freedom' release, director Kavi Raz said, “Kartar Singh Sarabha is an icon who inspired legends like Shaheed Bhagat Singh. His leadership, courage, bravery, and sacrifice cannot be forgotten. The fire that burned in his soul spread across India after his death, leading many others to take up the cause of our motherland’s freedom from the shackles of British slavery.
He further added, “I want the generation of today to know him, his struggle, his passion and how he left a very comfortable life in the USA and became the leader of Ghadar movement. Although he was hanged at a ripe age of just nineteen, he had left an everlasting mark on our history. I hope the film is perceived by the audience with the same love and passion that we put into making it.”
The producers of 'Sarabha Cry For Freedom' are Arvind Singla, Kuldeep Sharma, Veepasha Kashyap and Dr. Sarbjit Hundal.
'Sarabha Cry For Freedom' will release worldwide on 21st February 2020,
the same date when a Ghadar movement started across India.
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