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Sardar Mohammad
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सरदार मोहम्मद
Directed by Harry Bhatti
Produced by Manpreet Johal & Vehli Janta Team
Screenplay by Tarsem Jassar
Starring Tarsem Jassar,Karamjit Anmol,
Sardar Sohi,Rana Jang Bahadur,
Neeta Mohindra,Rahul
Music by R Guru
Production
company
White Hill Studios
Distributed by White Hill Studios
Country India
Language Punjabi


Sardar Mohammad is the Punjabi movie starring Tarsem Jassar,[1] Karamjit Anmol, Sardar Sohi, Rana Jang Bahadur, Neeta Mohindra, Rahul the movie was released on 03 Nov 2017. [2]

Cast & Crew[edit]

  • Directed by - Harry Bhatti
  • Produced by - Manpreet Johal & Vehli Janta Team
  • Story,Screenplay & Dialogue - Tarsem Jassar
  • Starcast - Tarsem Jassar,Karamjit Anmol,Sardar Sohi,Rana Jang Bahadur,Neeta Mohindra,Rahul Jungral,Manjit Singh,Harshjot Kaur & Neetu Pandher
  • Singer - Tarsem Jassar & Kulbir Jhinjer
  • Lyrics - Tarsem Jassar,Kulbir Jhinjer & Narinder Bath
  • Music - R Guru
  • Creative Director - Pawan Juyal
  • DOP - Chakravarty
  • Executive Producer - Jarnail Singh
  • Project Design by - Vehli Janta Films
  • Editor - Bharat Singh Rawat
  • Associate Director - Laada Siyan
  • Choreographer - Dewang & Nitin Arora
  • Sound Design - Prikshit Lalwani & Kunal Mehta
  • Backround Score - Jaidev Kumar
  • DI & Vfx - Prime Focus Ltd.
  • Art Director - Vijay Guri
  • Costume - Nitasha Bhateja Roy
  • Line Producer - Virasat Films
  • Post Production Controller - Dharamveer Rai
  • Poster Designs - Sharan Art
  • Visual Promotion - Hashtag#Studios
  • YouTube Promotions By - KixTix Media P Ltd
  • Distribution (India) - Omjee
  • Distribution(Overseas) - White Hill Studios
  • Music on- White Hill Music
  • Published Year - 2017
  • Copyright - White Hill Music & Entertainment Private Limited
  • F-545,1st Floor,Phase -8A Industrial Area,Mohali - 160059

Plot[edit]

Set during the India-Pakistan partition, the story of Sardar Mohammad revolves around an infant who is saved by an Indian Sikh police officer. The officer brings up the boy as his own and he shares a close bond with his parents, especially his mother. The boy enjoys a peaceful life until one day he finds the truth about his step parents. The discovery disturbs him and it makes him curious to find the whereabouts of his real parents and so he sets off to Pakistan, which marks the beginning of a series of odd encounters for him. Will he find his biological parents, forms the crux.