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Director HindiLinks4u:Harry Baweja
Genre : Romantic,Comedy,Action
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The Indian animation film business mostly thrives on mythological and religious content. Still the commercial success of Chaar Sahibzaade (2014), a documentation of the Sikh history, was a much desired shot in the arm for the local animation industry. The choice of narrative technique was interesting. The film was in Punjabi, and it used a voiceover. Characters took shape only towards the latter half of the film. It was primarily an attempt to set the record straight on the origin and spread of Sikhism. Despite some beating about the bush, it captured the imagination of filmgoers. Harry Baweja, the director, stuck to conversational Punjabi which worked well in centres such as Delhi and Chandigarh.he 134-minute runtime does seem like a stretch, but if you sit through the initial scenes, you’re in for a thrilling ride. (YouTube) Now, Baweja is back with Chaar Sahibzaade sequel — The Rise Of Banda Bahadur. He has employed all the old techniques to keep a similar tone and to give a sense of continuity. The Rise Of Banda Bahadur begins with the transformation of Madho Das, from an ascetic to a military commander. It’s believed that Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, met him on the banks of Godavari near Nanded (Maharashtra) and inspired him to take charge of the Sikh uprising against Delhi’s Muslim rulers.

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