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SADDA HAQ Banned in Punjab

admin April 4, 2013 5 Comments
SADDA HAQ Banned in Punjab

One day before its release, the movie Sadda Haq has been banned in punjab after the Punjab Police reviewed the movie and ordered a ban.

The ban does not come as a suprise but rather serves as a severe blow to Freedom of Expression India, which prides its self on being the world largest democracy.

Further, DGP Sumed Saini, directly accused in the slaughter, torture and disappearance of Sikh youth in the 1980-90s and sitting DGP of the Punjab Police (appointed by Badal), was a part of the reviewing committee. It is clear that after watching the film, the ban is an orchestrated attempt to prevent any attention brough to the atrocities committed in the past under DGP Saini’s watch.

However rest assured  that despite this ban in Punjab, the Toronto Premier  WILL  be taking place tomorrow and the show timings are as follows:

SilverCity Brampton – 7.20pm, 10:05pm

Square One Mississauga Empire –  12:35pm, 3:25pm, 6:20pm, 9:15pm.

Please come out and support this movie and share this msg to all!

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5 Comments

  1. kainth April 4, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    When will the movie release in Winnipeg?

  2. D. Singh April 4, 2013 at 11:24 pm

    This Movie NEEDS to be made available on YOUTUBE for FREE – so that the message can be seen in India for those who want to view it. Something with this much Power and TRUTH in it, needs to be spread like WILDFIRE all over social media.

  3. MISS KAUR April 5, 2013 at 3:23 am

    Yes I agree that this movie needs to be seen by many people, but the people who produced this movie invested a lot of money in it apparently and some people have helped out for free, such as Jazzy Bains, but the people who produced this movie it is a business for them

  4. MISS KAUR April 5, 2013 at 3:25 am

    the majority of people who participated in this film would have not done it for free, I doubt they did, so they are probably expecting to gross some money for this film …. anyways, i hope many sikhs in the west are influenced to make films like this

  5. Deeph April 7, 2013 at 1:07 am

    The people behind the film would probably like to recover the costs to make the film and some more so they can continue to make more. If they got payed for their roles, then it’s not a big deal; people have mouths to food.

    We need to get over this concept that everything should be done for free. People should be payed, people need to earn money so they can provide for themselves and others.

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