Randeep Hooda stored his promise that he had made to Sarabjit Singh’s sister Dalbir Kaur through the taking pictures of the film Sarabjit by performing her final rites. Dalbir Kaur died resulting from a coronary heart assault on Sunday in Bhikhiwind close to Amritsar, Punjab, ANI reported. Dalbir Kaur, who developed a heat relationship with Randeep Hooda through the taking pictures of Sarabjit, advised the actor that she noticed her brother Sarabjit in him and requested the actor to offer her “kandha” (supply his shoulder earlier than taking the physique to the cremation). Within the film Sarabjit, the actor performed the function of Sarbajit Singh, who was sentenced to dying by the Supreme Court docket of Pakistan for alleged terrorism and spying.
Randeep Hooda has additionally shared an emotional put up on his Instagram deal with. He wrote, “Ghar zarur aana was the very last thing she stated. I went, solely she had left. Not within the wildest dream might one think about that Dalbir Kaur ji would go away us so quickly. A fighter, youngster like, sharp and dedicated to all that she touched. She fought a system, a rustic, it is folks and her personal to attempt save her beloved brother Sarbjit.”
Randeep Hooda concluded the put up by saying, “I used to be so lucky to have her love and blessings and by no means to be missed Rakhi on this life time. Paradoxically the final time we met was after I was taking pictures within the fields of Punjab the place we had created an Indo-Pak border. It was a cold and foggy late November night time however she did not care about all that. She was pleased we have been on the identical aspect of the border. “khush rho, jugjugg jeeyo” she usually ended most conversations with. I do really feel really blessed certainly. There simply wasn’t sufficient time Dalbir ji. I like you, I miss you and I shall all the time cherish your love and blessings.”
Helmed by Omung Kumar, Sarbjit additionally featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who performed the function of Dalbir Kaur.
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