, who plays Sarbjit Singh’s role in his biopic named Sarbjit, was present at a meet held for the man who died on 2nd May of 2013. Hooda says that the intention of the film is not to display any harsh feelings for Pakistan. The purpose is to bring forth the unfair atrocities and torture that the prisoners go through. In this case, the prison was situated in Pakistan, and he says that he is not aware if anything of such sort takes place in India currently or has ever happened in the past- if it has, then it is wrong. What is wrong stays wrong irrespective of the country where it happens? Sarbjit Singh was taken to the Pakistan prison without a reason and had gone through incidents that are simply unimaginable to a common man. Also, the actor says, that the battle that his sister and wife had fought needs to be honored and if by any way, this film can do the slightest of justice to them, we would be grateful.
The event had the entire cast of the film including producer Jacky Bhagnani. The event also had Sarbjit’s sister Dalbir Kaur who congratulated Aishwarya for portraying the character so well- she said that she could see her reflection in the actress. Apart from Dalbir, Sarbjit’s wife and daughter were present. They were in awe of Randeep Hooda And Aishwarya Rai.