Sadiyaan: Boundaries Divide... Love Unites

Sadiyaan: Boundaries Divide... Love Unites

While waiting at Attari Railway Station circa 1968, Rajveer Singh and his wife, Amrit Kaur, recall the turbulent years of partition, how they fled from their hometown in Lahore, and of being separated from their only son, Ehsaan. They arrive near Amritsar and take over the vacant house of Pervez Shahbudin - with it's lone occupant, a male child, left behind by his parents. Amrit gets to adopt him after Rajveer is unable to locate his parents, and they call him Ehsaan - who soon grows up to excel in studies and sports. On a trip to Kashmir, he meets with and falls in love with Chandni rather dramatically, and is overjoyed to learn that she also is from Amritsar.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Hindi,Panjabi,Urdu,English
  • Reference:Imdb
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A Hindu/Sikh family face challenges when their adopted son falls in love with a Muslim girl. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sadiyaan: Boundaries Divide... Love Unites torrent reviews

Jonny D (nl) wrote: Outstanding! A true masterpiece, fit for any audience! Definitely worth buying or renting at your local Block Buster :)

Darryll H (es) wrote: a good movie about the boston strangler murders, and albert de salvo that goes out it's way to prove that he wasent the boston strangler, and that is the closest to the truth than any of the other movies based on it was. he wasent the boston strangler, everybody knows that now, but this movie covers it well, and it is well made, there are a couple of shocking moments, but anybody expecting a bloodbath will be dissopionted, this is a movie about caracters, and its a good one, but its nothing amazing, worth a watch though

Ryan D (it) wrote: Only watch this if you've watched Troll 2. It takes the hilariously horrible movie, and gives some of the behind the scenes, which make it seem even more crazy. Hired actors included a dentist and a mental patient. The mask artists had never made masks before. The actors weren't even told when the movie was released, and it didn't make it to theaters until 2 decades after it was made.

Orlok W (us) wrote: Takes the Horror Movie back to school--Great horror flick!!!!

Kelly W (nl) wrote: This one is a keeper

John B (br) wrote: A great exploration of the performers who don't get the measure of credit that they should - the background players. This is the story of those who can be heard on the hits but are lost in the credits. Very gifted and talented. I'm glad their story is told.

sumit c (mx) wrote: hmmm.... amitabh oh his best in a negative role....


Hvard P (it) wrote: Not among my favourite Eastwood movies,but still good.

Lauren L (nl) wrote: Surprisingly an excellent movie. GREAT example and use of counter cinema, especially for the 1950's

Jonathan S (ru) wrote: So the communists made it to Mars first. Soviet sci-fi propaganda doesn't come much better. A little stilted and soap opera-y, but the final act infuses a lot of life into this peculiar history lesson.

Tristan F (de) wrote: Extremely strange, but I kinda dug it