In her comeback movie, Jazbaa, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan played with a no nonsense attorney. There was no room to get dance and a song. Yet, in her next movie, Sarbjit; she plays with a village girl in Punjab and song and dance is as much a part of the life, as it’s for a Hindi movie.
The very first tune in Sarbjit has been shot in a set in Film City next week in Mumbai.
Sarbjit is a biopic on the basis of the life span of the Indian villager who crossed into Pakistani from Punjab and was detained. He perished in a Pakistan prison while human right activists struggled to free him and bring him home. One anticipated it to be a movie that was significant.
He describes, “Sarbjit is a biopic but made otherwise. All biopics do not have to be unhappy. Sarbjit’s storyline crosses over 23 years. Before he vanished, his life was filled with festivity and pleasure. A radical change occurs, however a joyful tune was always supposed to take place to reveal the comparison between now and then. While the earnestness must be there, I’m not making a movie that is dull. I would like visitors laugh, to weep and go through all of the emotions. Twenty three years is a very long time. This tune is a complete-on Punjabi dhamaal amount.”