Murder Unveiled

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Murder Unveiled
Murder Unveiled VideoCover.jpeg
Directed by Vic Sarin
Produced by Debra Beard
Hugh Beard
Rob Bromley
Greg Laikin
John Ritchie
Written by S. Bennett
M.R. Smith
Starring Anita Majumdar
Chenier Hundal
Hassani Shapi
Lushin Dubey
Sanjay Talwar
Vinay Pathak
Vik Sahay
Michael Benyaer
Cedric De Souza
Music by Daniel Seguin
Cinematography Gregory Middleton
Edited by Alison Grace
Distributed by CBC Home Video
Release date
  • February 6, 2006 (2006-02-06)
Running time
94 min
Country Canada
Language English

Murder Unveiled is a 2005 Canadian television film. The movie is based on the true story of the Jaswinder Kaur Sidhu murder. The film was screened at the Asian Festival of First Films on November 26, 2005 and was first aired on CBC on February 6, 2006.

Plot[edit]

In India, a young woman is kidnapped, and her young male companion beaten within an inch of his life. He is working class Sikh, Surinder Singh; she is his wife, the former Davinder Samra, a Canadian Sikh whom he met when she visited India a year earlier for her cousin's wedding. For both, it was love at first sight. However, Davinder comes from a traditional Sikh family, who made their fortune in Canada. Her parents, who knew nothing of Surinder when Surinder and Davinder eloped, were seeking a suitable husband for her. As the story unfolds leading to the kidnapping/beating and the subsequent investigation by the local police and Crime Investigation Division, the power of money and of Sikh family honor is shown.

Cast[edit]

  • Anita Majumdar as Davinder Samra
  • Chenier Hundal as Surinder Singh
  • Hassani Shapi as Jaipal
  • Lushin Dubey a Kuldeep Samra
  • Sanjay Talwar as Inspector Darshan Singh
  • Vinay Pathak as Inspector Gurpal Badash
  • Cedric De Souza as Mohan
  • Vik Sahay as Bindri
  • Michael Benyaer as Ashu
  • Zena Darawalla as Jasminder
  • Parm Soor as Vikram Samra
  • Veena Sood as Magistrate
  • Tony Ali as Doctor
  • Sooraj Jaswal as Jaggi
  • Rajinder Singh Cheema as Suitor's #2 Father
  • Balinder Johal as Suitor's #2 Mother
  • Stephen Park as Immigration Officer
  • Bill MacDonald as Business Man #1
  • Jim Francis as Senior Immigration Officer
  • Manoj Sood as Lawyer
  • Vir Singh Pannu as Jhagi
  • Gurpreet Singh Sekhon as Ashu's Thug
  • Tegan Moss as Veronica
  • Jag Cheema as Suitor #3
  • Jai Sondhi as Parmveer
  • Tara Gerewal as Amarjeet
  • Taminder S. Singh as Dharamleen
  • Nina Tiwana as Grandmother
  • Paya Choudhry as Surinda's Mother
  • Kamal Tiwari as Nirmal Bakshi
  • Mylène Dinh-Robic as Host
  • George Gordon as Judge
  • Sanjay Madhav as Vic Prasad
  • Dev Parmar as Prisoner

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Slings & Arrows winners in Geminis final gala". CBC News. November 5, 2006. Retrieved February 3, 2012. 

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