According to guidelines, detainees are permitted to watch a movie every five years. Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit, which released a fortnight back, has effectively combined its position in the cinematic world, other than earning basic recognition and a thumbs-up from industry insiders.
Recently, the film was proclaimed expense free in Uttar Pradesh. What’s more, now, including one more measurement is an exceptional screening for the detainees of Tihar Jail in Delhi.
As indicated by close sources, the detainees of Tihar will watch a film following five years — the last film they had viewed was in 2011. Standard guidelines inside the correctional facility involve that the detainees are permitted watch a movie every five years. Vashu Bhagnani who has created Sarbjit had kept in touch with the jail authorities asking for them to screen the film for the detainees. We hear that there will be four screenings altogether more than four days, at various time slots .
The biopic showcases the battle of Sarbjit Singh, who was detained in Pakistan and his family’s steady battle to release him. At the point when reached maker Vashu Bhagnani affirmed the news. Curiously, in the film, there is a scene where Sarabjit is asking for his sister Dalbir to rejoin a Pakistani kid with his family, and theboy happens to be a Tihar prisoner. – CINEWS