Two years after the release of Chaar Sahibzaade, filmmaker Harry Baweja is back with its sequel, Chaar Sahibzaade — Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur. Produced by Eros International and Baweja Films, the 3D animated movie, which opens in cinemas on November 11 in Punjabi, English and Hindi, narrates the epic tale of Banda Singh Bahadur, one of the greatest warriors in Sikh history.
He was chosen by Guru Gobind Singhji to fight Wazir Khan, the governor of Sirhind, who had been terrorising Punjab for decades. Banda fought with great valour and embodied a true spiritual warrior’s qualities that Guru Gobind Singhji conveyed through his teachings.
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 valour of our army personnel.
Chaar Sahibzaade: Rise Of Banda Singh Bahadur has got good response among the audience. The director showed the Struggle of Banda Singh Bahadur in the battle of chappar chiri. Animation of this movie is good and music by Jaidev Kumar, Rabbi Shergill is given more energy in this movie. Banda Singh Bahadur was born on 1670 at Kashmir and died on 1716. At the age of 45 Banda Singh Bahadur had left his life he had a son named Ajai Singh. Banda Singh Bahadur had fought around 11 wars and he killed Wazir Khan in Battle of Chappar Chiri.