The cast and crew of upcoming Punjabi movie Kaum De Heere, based on biographical account of the true incidents of 1984 riots, was in the city on Sunday.
According to producer Satish Katyal, the film highlights the pain of 1984 Sikh riots and is based on biographical accounts of Satwant Singh and Beant Singh.
“Based on true events, as per the findings of Justice Thakkar Commission, the movie does not aim to create any controversy. Our only aim is to tell the audience the actual chain of events. We cannot change history, but we can learn lessons from it for a safer future,” said Katyal.
Punjabi lyricist and singer-turned-actor Raj Kakra, who plays the role of Beant Singh, model-turned-actor Sukhdeep Sukh, who plays the role of Satwant Singh, Sardar Sohi and Isha Sharma were also present.
Katyal added that the movie was an outcome of thorough research of legal records, published books and other material available in public domain. “There is nothing fictitious in it,” he added.
The direction, story, screenplay and dialogues are by Ravinder Ravi.
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