New Delhi: One of the most awaited films of 2016, 'Sarbjit' starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hooda and Richa Chadha has hit the screens today. The film has been directed by 'Mary Kom' fame filmmaker Omung Kumar.
Based on the real-life incident where Indian farmer Sarabjit Singh was mistaken as a spy by Pakistani officials, and later killed in the prison there, captures the plight of his family back home.
Ash will be seen playing Sarabjit's sister Dalbir Kaur, who fought for her brother's justice. Pallavi Patra of Zee News Online is watching the film right now.
Check out her live tweet review:
Omung Kumar's #Sarbjit tells the story of a sister fighting for her brother. Youngsters, families throng theatre in Noida.
Will #Sarbjit truly live up to its expectations? Let's find out...
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan makes her entry, @RichaChadha_ casts a look which speaks louder than any dialogue. #Sarbjit
Here's the first song Tung Lak from #Sarbjit, a peppy punjabi track!
Quest of Dalbir Kaur begins. #Sarbjit is about a sister's unflagging endeavour to find her beloved brother.
@RandeepHooda, as usual, manages to shine in the opening act in #Sarbjit
@RandeepHooda as Sarabjit Singh in #Sarbjit locked up! This scene is well acted and evokes a myriad feelings, sadness most of all.
Accused of terrorist attacks in Pakistan, Sarabjit Singh's story depicts human rights violation in this honest portrayal. #Sarbjit
The script appears a bit loose and inconsistent at times in #Sarbjit
@RichaChadha_ as the wife of Sarabjit Singh in #Sarbjit is a woman of few words, but gives her best.
Dalbir Kaur essays the epitome of perseverance and unceasing spirit. #Sarbjit
Darshan Kumaar does his bit in the second half of #Sarbjit
Things happen to fast in #Sarbjit
#Sarbjit highlights a true story, but faulters occasionally from a cinematic perspective.
@RandeepHooda steals the show, even if it's Aishwarya's story #Sarbjit