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Interesting when Saada Haq was released in the UK cinemas were packed out full houses couldn't get tickets.

I don't think kaum de heere is showing at as many locations as Saddam haq did. Also Saddam haq had a lot of publicity from Jazzy B baagi track and being banned in Punjab etc.. this made a lot of people who otherwise wouldn't have bothered want to go and watch it.

I agree though kaum de heere looks like a great film everyone should make an effort to go and watch it in cinemas to support the producers.

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Interesting when Saada Haq was released in the UK cinemas were packed out full houses couldn't get tickets.

I don't think kaum de heere is showing at as many locations as Saddam haq did. Also Saddam haq had a lot of publicity from Jazzy B baagi track and being banned in Punjab etc.. this made a lot of people who otherwise wouldn't have bothered want to go and watch it.

I agree though kaum de heere looks like a great film everyone should make an effort to go and watch it in cinemas to support the producers.

It wasn't advertised as much either. The only place I saw advertisements was on Sikh Channel, so a lot of people don't even know about it.

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Where is it showing in UK? Can only see Canada list on its facebook page..

With Sada haq there were better comms from the producers.... I googled the name of the film expecting a website with a list of cinemas showing...

They could have marketed it better I.e. stir up some controversy to get it into media... Chal let's hope it spreads word of mouth n picks up better.

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Where is it showing in UK? Can only see Canada list on its facebook page..

With Sada haq there were better comms from the producers.... I googled the name of the film expecting a website with a list of cinemas showing...

They could have marketed it better I.e. stir up some controversy to get it into media... Chal let's hope it spreads word of mouth n picks up better.

I found the UK listings

http://www.cineworld.co.uk/whatson/kaum-de-heere-punjabi

Its getting released next week on 21st march

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How come they couldn't find a sabat soorat sardar in all of punjab to play Beant Singh?

Whether it's hindus in Bollywood, or mona sikhs in punjab, we get fed the same half-baked image of a sikh sardar: a mona who hasn't shaved for a few days and wears a turban in front of the camera.

What a joke.

Beant Singh is played by Raj Kakra. I have immense respect for Raj Kakra.He is one of few songwriter and singer who writes and sings songs about atrocities done by Indian govt on Sikhs.

It is his effort to make this movie and I loved the fact that he was acting in it. But that's just my opinion.

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Beant Singh is played by Raj Kakra. I have immense respect for Raj Kakra.He is one of few songwriter and singer who writes and sings songs about atrocities done by Indian govt on Sikhs.

It is his effort to make this movie and I loved the fact that he was acting in it. But that's just my opinion.

That's great that he does that.

But if he identifies so strongly as a Sikh, why doesn't he want to look like one?

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Watched this movie today. It is a historical document showing exactly what lead these Great Sikhs to show such bravery and how they executed their plan. The other thing that this movie attempted and succeded in showing was the emotions of Bhai Satwant Singh and his family. It was a movie filled with emotions specially the real scenes of Punjab and Darbar Sahib in 1984.I didnt know Bibi Surinder Kaur was so strong and brave.

If you havent watched it, please go watch it. It is history of of Shaheeds and it is the least we can do to honor them.

P.s. Many people started crying while the song Kafila was playing.

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http://www.cineworld.co.uk/whatson/kaum-de-heere-punjabi on at Cineworld Feltham, Ilford, Wolverhampton, Bradford until 27th March.

Also at Birmingham Vue http://www.myvue.com/latest-movies/info/cinema/Birmingham/film/kaum-de-heere

Kaum De Heere (Punjabi) (15)

Release date

21st March 2014

Running Time

121 minutes

Director

Ravinder Ravi

Starring

Raj Kakra, Sukhdeep Sukh, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Binnu Dhillon, B.N. Sharma, Kanwaljeet Singh, Mukesh Rishi

A powerful Punjabi historical drama centred on the 1984 attack on the Golden Temple. In June 1984, the Indian Army launches a military attack on Sikh shrine Sri Harmandir Sahib (the Golden Temple) in Amritsar. Two of the Prime Minister's own Sikh bodyguards - Beant Singh (Raj Kakra) and Satwant Singh (Sukhdeep Sukh) - then decide to take revenge. Punjabi writer/director Ravinder Ravi is best known for 2010's 'Tere Ishq Nachaya' and 2012's 'Aappan Pher Milange'. His dramatisation of the tumultuous events of 1984 has attracted great controversy and discussion in India. Punjabi lyricist and singer-turned-actor Raj Kakra makes his acting debut as Beant Singh. Hailing from the small village of Kakra, he's best known for such romantic songs as 'Dildarian' 'Dilbar', 'Tu Judda', 'Merza' and 'Mehboob'. He also wrote lyrics for the Punjabi film 'Kabbadi Once Again'.

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