Cast : Sanjay Dutt, Tabu, Mahima Choudhary, Chandrachur Singh, Rahul Dev
Music Director : Anand Raj Anand
Release Date : 2 May 2006
In this film Ranjit Singh (Sanjay Dutt) who is an army man returns home after a long time. Declared missing in action after he inadvertently crossed the border, Ranjit went through trauma and torment as a prisoner across the border. Amongst the faces to greet Ranjit on his return is that of his wife Pammi (Tabu) and sister Simran (Mahima Chaudhary). They are happy that their loved one is back, but are shocked to see his condition. In the Army Hospital, Ranjit is trying to recuperate from the horrifying experiences he has gone through. He sees a face every time he shuts his eyes, only to reopen them in a state of confusion. He has lost his memory, but can only remember this face.
Meanwhile, Pammi and Simran try to help Ranjit to get back to normal life, but in vain. Disappointed, Pammi begins giving up hope when Simran vows to bring Ranjit back to his normal self. How she will do this, no one knows, but she has the support of Ravi (Chandrachur Singh), a folk singer whom she is engaged to. Simran's efforts pay off and Ranjit discovers the root cause of his pathetic condition. His tormentor was Bhaktavar (Rahul Dev), a mercenary terrorist associated with traitors in India.While Ranjit tries to fight the enemy within and Pammi tries to recapture the glorious moments with her husband.
Sarhad Paar is a tale of Love, Sacrifice, and Valour. Directed by Raman Kumar, it recounts the horror of terrorist campaigns and the plight of prisoners of war, through the story of a soldier in the Indian army, Major Ranjit Singh (Sanjay Dutt playing a Sikh for the first time). The rest of the cast comprises Tabu, Chandrachur Singh, Mahima Chowdhury and Rahul Dev.
Sarhad Paar beckons the viewer into the lives of simple folk, who, when the occasion arrives, rise up to outstanding levels of heroism. Sarhad Paar celebrates the spirit of a true Indian.
No efforts are being spared in capturing the true essence of the story on screen. The end product will make for a great cinematic experience - the colorful canvas of Punjabi life superimposed with spectacular montages of combat, enemy camps and military life, portrayed through the eye of ace cinematographer Manmohan Singh.
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