Kabaddi Once Again

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Kabaddi Once Again
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Directed by Sukhminder Dhanjal
Produced by H. S. Dhanoa
Screenplay by Dheeraj Rattan
Story by Dheeraj Rattan
Starring Varinder Singh Ghuman
Sudeepa Singh
Jaswinder Bhalla
Binnu Dhillon
Nachhatar Gill
Music by Sachin Ahuja
Production
company
Kapil Batra Production
Distributed by White Hill Productions
Release date
June 2012
Country India
Language Punjabi

Kabaddi Once Again is a Punjabi film starring Varinder Singh Ghuman, Sudeepa Singh, Jaswinder Bhalla, Binnu Dhillon & Nachhatar Gill.

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Ranjit Singh (Nachhatar Gill) is selected to play Kabaddi in England. But he dies on tour and his body is returned to family. Ranjit's elder brother starts hating Kabbadi and forbids his son Shingara from playing Kabbadi. Shingara however loves Kabaddi and nurture his game secretly with the help of his mother and his aunt. A grown up Shingara becomes an excellent player in his college and is selected for playing at professional level. Similar to his uncle Ranjit, Shinagara is selected to play in England. At this time Shingara's father reveal that Ranjit didn't die due to heart attack as was known previously. He died due to drug overdose given to him by the game promoter to increase the strength. However he reluctantly allow Shingara to go to England. Coach of the team (Jaswinder Bhalla) plans to take three persons illegally in the grad of player. He drops three player from the team, but takes them back when rest of the team protests. Still he tricks the team and take them along with him to England. In England coach takes money from the promotor to lose some of the matches. Shingara reacts strongly to this. But coach and three fake players manages to do enough to lose a few matches resulting of exit of the team from tournament. When the team has to go back, the three fake players refuses to go back. Shingara opposes as he can be then accused of illegal human trafficking and the fight breaks. Police then arrest Shingara, coach and the promotor. The rest of the team is sent to India. Love scene breaks out in the airport while an old sardar amrit singh pushes a trolley. Shingara comes clean in the case where as coach and the promotor are sent to jail for two years. Upon return to India, the three fake players attacks Shingara and break his leg. Distraught Shingara becomes alcoholic due to his failures. On seeing this, his father allows him to play Kabaddi and help him train again. He gathers his old team and starts a new club. Once again successful team goes to England and wins the world cup fulfilling Shingara's dream.

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