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SAKA – Nankana Sahib De Shaheed releasing 8th April 2016


This film is based on the ¬†Nankana massacre (or Saka Nankana) which took place in Nankana Sahib at that time of British India, modern-day Pakistan. The event forms an important part of Sikh history. In political significance, it comes next only to Jallianwala Bagh massacre of April 1919. The saga constitutes the core of the Gurdwara Reform Movement started by the Sikhs in early twentieth century. The interesting part of this saga is the unprecedented discipline, self-control and exemplary patience displayed by the peaceful Sikh protesters even in the face of extreme barbarism. Even the national leaders like Mahatma Gandhi had to acknowledge in no ambiguous terms the glory and the prestige which the peaceful and passive resistance of the Sikhs had brought to the India’s Struggle for freedom.

Well known director Amitoj Mann (Hawayein,Hani,Gadaar) fame shows his support for the film SAKA – Nankana Sahib de Shaheed.

Film: Saka – The Martyrs of Nankana Sahib || Releasing on 8th April 2016

A Sukhbir Sandhar Films Pvt Ltd presentation

Starring – Mukul Dev, Aman Dhaliwal, Oshin Brar, Dev Kharoud, Hardeep Gill, Gurinder Makna, Mahanbir Bhullar, Bego Kaur, Bhavnoor Singh, Raj Bir Suryaavannshi, Pali Sandhu, Stass Klassen, Kristen
Writer & Director – Jagmeet Singh Samundri
Producer – Sukhbir Sandhar
Co-Producers – Harvinderjeet Singh Sandhar, Zorawar Singh Sandhar, Malkit Singh Sandhar
Music Directors – Mukhtar Sahota, Dr Zeus, Krishan Kumar Mardaana
Lyrics Writer – Harjinder Kang
D.O.P – Anil Dhanda
Art Director – Sunil Pandit
Background Music – Madhav Vijay
VFX & Visual Promotions – Samundri Creations