Actor Darshan Kumaar, portraying a lawyer in the upcoming biopic centered on Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, expresses confidence in the film’s release in Pakistan, notwithstanding its sensitive theme.

Directed by Omung Kumar, the biopic chronicles the life of Sarabjit, who tragically succumbed to injuries inflicted by fellow inmates in a Pakistani prison. Randeep Hooda assumes the titular role, while Aishwarya Rai Bachchan portrays Sarabjit’s sister, Dalbir Kaur.

Kumaar asserts, “I don’t think ‘Sarbjit’ will face a ban in Pakistan because it conveys a positive message. We’re not here to take sides but to illuminate the reality of Sarabjit’s misunderstood life and the unjust treatment he endured.”

Reflecting on his character, Awaiz Sheikh, the Pakistani lawyer championing Sarbjit’s cause, Kumaar emphasizes the significance of his role as an actor. “Awaiz Sheikh embodies resilience. His struggle, advocating for Sarabjit while residing in Pakistan, epitomizes the determination of an ordinary individual against formidable odds. It’s a gratifying role, and I thoroughly enjoyed portraying it.”

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