Aishwarya Rai plays Sarbjit’s sister in ‘Sarbjit’ biopic and praised Aishwarya to her perfection. Ahead of the release of Sarbjit, the biopic on her brother Sarabjit Singh, Dalbir Kaur (played by Aishwarya Rai in the film), says, “My brother was a victim of our country’s delay as well. Had the Indian government worked more seriously, my brother would have been alive today.”
Sarabjit, who was farmer by profession, was sentenced to death in Pakistan on terrorism charges, however before the sentence could be done, he was assaulted by his detainees in a Lahore prison and died six days later.
Dalbir kaur praises director Omung Kumar and said “Omang had welcomed me to Mumbai and we talked about the script. He took the experiences of our lives, I am certain that the film will depict reality adequately.”
Discussing Randeep Hooda, who plays her sibling, she says, “When I saw the scenes in the Pakistan correctional facility I felt that it was Sarabjit himself. Randeep’s endeavors will pay off.”
She additionally includes that when she saw Aishwarya in the film, she suspected that the performing artist was the ideal decision to play her. “She has performed the scenes splendidly. The furious showdowns gave me Goosebumps. I never believed that Aishwarya could be so dabang like me,” says Dalbir.
She includes, “She learnt Punjabi for the character. The sibling sister scenes were canned magnificently simply because of Aishwarya. I am certain Sarbjit will revive the flame in gatherings of people, particularly in the individuals who are confronting such issues.” “CINEWS”