The epic animation movie on Sikhism, ‘Chaar Sahibzaade‘ is back with new sequel after the long span of two years of, the maker of the movie Harry Baweja is introducing Chaar Sahibzaade- The Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur. The film is produced by the combo of Eros International and Baweja Films.

'Chaar Sahibzaade' Sequel
‘Chaar Sahibzaade — Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur’, releasing upcoming Friday.

The filmmakers of the upcoming sequel of 3D animation slated the film to be released on upcoming Friday, i.e, November 11, 2017, in English, Hindi, and Punjabi. The heritage sequel this time will narrate the tale of Banga Singh Bahadur, who is well known as one of the greatest warriors in the history of Sikhism. He was chosen by Guru Gobind Singh JI to fight Wazir Khan, the governor of Sirhind, who had been terrorizing Punjab for decades. Banda fought with great valor and embodied a true spiritual warrior’s qualities that Guru Gobind Singhji conveyed through his teachings.

Asserting that ‘Chaar Sahibzaade‘ paved the way for change, the filmmaker says, “It was time to move beyond familiar stories and offer something different. It was time to change the perception that animation movies are meant only for kids. The prequel was widely accepted by the audience. We’ve scaled up the viewing experience with the sequel. We’ve roped in 375 animation technicians from London and India to get the desired result.”

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When producer-director Harry Baweja, decided to make ‘Chaar Sahibzaade’ in 3D, two years ago, he was confident he’d break the stereotype.

The producers want to celebrate the film’s release with the true warriors of the nation, the Indian Army. So, a special screening will be held on November 10 in New Delhi for army personnel and gallantry award winners. Harry says, “Banda Singh’s story is an inspiration for every generation and his struggle as a general resonates with the valor of our army personnel. We wanted to show that we appreciate their efforts, and this screening is a small step towards that.”

Sunil Lulla of Eros International adds, “There is a lot that one can take back from this story. Banda Singh was a brave fighter, who led and served the Khalsa army selflessly, just like our army does. It was an instinctive decision to screen the movie for these brave hearts who make supreme sacrifices for the nation.”

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