Kaum De Heere

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Kaum De Heere (1984 A True Story)
Kaum de Heere Official Poster.jpg
Prepare to be amazed
Directed by Ravinder Ravi
Produced by Pardeep Bansal,Sandeep Bhalla,Raman Aggarwal
Story by Ravinder Ravi
Starring Raj kakra
Sukhdeep Sukh
Music by Beat Minister
Cinematography Shivtar Shiv
Edited by Naresh s Garg
Production
company
Sai Cine Productions
Release date
  • 22 August 2014 (2014-08-22)
Country India
Language Punjabi
Budget 3.5 crore

Kaum De Heere (English translation: Gems of the Community or Diamonds of the Community or in simpler words "the Heroes of a Nation") is a Punjabi movie based on life of Satwant Singh, Beant Singh and Kehar Singh who assassinated Indira Gandhi.

As of 22 August 2014, the movie is barred from release in India. Punjab units of Indian National Congress and Bhartiya Janata Party have demanded a ban on the film.[1][2]

Cast[edit]

Controversy[edit]

As per CBI, Censor board of India's CEO Rakesh Kumar cleared this movie in June. He is currently in custody though the film producer refused the allegations and said if it was such a case why would they wait for such a long time they would have given it in February.[citation needed]

The Film Producer Satish Katyal has appealed to the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) to get clearance for this movie.[citation needed]

The controversial film is based on the assassins of Indira Gandhi, who are allegedly glorified in the movie. However, many Sikhs believe that film is the true depiction of the Sikh's community feelings against atrocities of the Indira Gandhi government.[original research?]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Film on Indira Gandhi’s assassins 'Kaum De Heere' barred from release:
  2. ^ "Indira Gandhi assassination: Controversial film blocked". BBC News. Retrieved 22 August 2014.