Latest reports suggest that there may be a grand premiere for ��Sarbjit�۪ in Pakistan, in which Aishwaraya Rai Bachchan, Randeep Hooda, Richa Chadha and director Omung Kumar may also attend.
The film is said to depict the Indian national Sarbjit Singh�۪s sister, Dalbir Kaur�۪s 30 year battle to bring home her brother after being imprisoned in Pakistan for alleged spying.
Kumar explains to DNA India, ���There is absolutely nothing anti-Pakistan about Sarbjit. I don�۪t know why people feel it might be a propaganda film against Pakistan. Both the nations should watch this film.�
���Moreover, the film has been cleared with practically no cuts by India�۪s Censor Board, in spite of its controversial politically charged subject matter. Says a source, ���We�۪ve only asked for a couple of abusive words to be removed from the dialogue. Otherwise, not a shot from the film has been removed,� Kumar added.
The film has been granted a UA (for children accompanied by adults) and is being praised by sources in the Censor Board for refraining from any anti-Pakistan references.
In fact, a source says, ��Sarbjit�۪ should make the Pakistanis very happy for its objective attitude to the subject.
��Sarbjit�۪ is set to release on 20th May.