Dalbir Kaur left no stone unturned to battle for equity for her sibling Sarabjit Singh, who was imprisoned in Pakistan. Furthermore, now her story will be told through the biopic Sarbjit by Omung Kumar. Be that as it may, if reports are to be trusted, a vital piece of her battle is absent from the film.
Supposedly, Salman Khan’s drive to help Sarabjit is not a part of the film. In 2012, when Dalbir was battling for her sibling, Bollywood’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan stretched out assistance to free Sarabjit from the jail.
Salman Khan had before likewise tweeted asking for the general population of Pakistan to help him with his drive. He had said, ‘Asking for the general population of Pakistan to bolster me to free Sarabjit who has been in jail since 30 years. Please Allah ka vasta. Help me, help her (Dalbir). It’s an individual solicitation to every one of you in Pakistan to send Sarabjit back to his family in Punjab. Trust you discover it in your souls to cause and to individuals from everywhere throughout the world. Much obliged for your backing. Am arranging an online appeal. It would be the most stunning signal, to send Sarabjit back to his family following 30 years. Trust you bolster me like it’s your own particular cause. Be a piece of one family’s bliss. Needed to tweet this for a very long time, saw a pic of Sarabjit’s sister, it killed me. Felt truly tragic for her.’
In any case, as indicated by a report in DNA, an insider has discovered this won’t be a part of the film. Is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan the reason that Salman is not a part of the undertaking? All things considered, agreeing the sources, this may be the main reason that such a vital scene is excluded in the film.
“The Salman chapter being dropped perhaps has something to do with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan playing Dalbir. There is no other reason to not include this important part in the film. Salman and Aishwarya are not on talking terms, so it wouldn’t have been possible to even get them to face the camera together. In cases where two actors don’t want to shoot together, often these scenes are shot separately but in this case, they had to be face-to-face, so the makers decided not to include that incident in the film,” a source told DNA.