LOS ANGELES, USA—Punjabi movie, Sant Te Sipahi, based on the life of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale is all set to hit the big screens on February 26, 2016.
The movie is a debut Punjabi film from Bal Krishan Bala, with Jasbir Singh Sangha is its producer. Sangha hails from Southern California and is better known as the man behind the White Cloud Movies Inc. in Southern California. The movie is first of it’s kind on Sant Bhindranwale.
The movie’s website includes a synopsis which describes the movie as more of a love story which ensues a few decades after the attack.
The movie was scheduled to be released back in 2015, but finally after long delays now the actual release date of the film is out ie February 26, 2016.
The synopsis reads as follows:
“Sukhdeep Kaur’s son, Aman was suffering from an incurable disease and doctors had given him only a few days to live. She took her ailing son Aman to Sant Jarnail Singh Ji Bhindrawala.
Sant Ji blessed Aman and told Sukdeep to pray in Darbar Sahib. On June 6th1984 as Sukhdeep Kaur with her son Aman was praying in Darbar Sahab, Indian army attacked. Sukhdeep Kaur died but Aman survived.
Twenty five years later Aman grew up to be a handsome young man, fell in love with a girl named Lori, who was teacher in a school where Aman’s father was a headmaster.
Aman got married and went to USA for a better future, but destiny had something else for him. The local minister, Partap Singh’s son Bobby, the famous “Goonda” of the town kidnapped and killed Lori.
With the help of policemen, a local lawyer and a doctor, they managed to blame Aman’s father for Lori’s death.
Later Aman’s father was also beaten to death by policemen outside the local court.”