Punjab 1984 – Releasing 27 June 2014





Punjab 1984 is a 2014 Punjabi Historic,Drama, Action film directed by Anurag Singh. The film is based on 1984 anti-Sikh riots and a story of a mother and her missing son. The film will be released on 27 June 2014.

Star Cast

Kirron Kher
Diljit Dosanjh
Pawan Malhotra
Sonam Bajwa
Arun Bali
Rana Ranbir
Manav Vij
Vishwas Kini


Director : Anurag Singh
Producers : Gunbir Singh Sidhu, Manmord Sidhu & Hansraj Railhan
Music : Gurmeet Singh, Nick Dhammu, Jatinder Shah & Gurmoh
Lyrics : Veet Baljit, Raj Ranjodh, Jagvir Sohi & Dr. Tejinder Harjit
Story/ Screen Play : Anurag Singh
Dialogues : Surmeet Mavi & Anurag Singh
D.O.P : Anshul Chobey
Editor : Manish More
Costumes : Hari Singh Nakai
Photography : Vikram Kohli
Language : Punjabi


Near the holy city of Amritsar, barely a kilometer from the Indo-Pak border, a small village stands like an orphaned child scared of the world around him. The village is called Narli. Every morning, at day break, a lonely old woman leaves her house and travels all the way to the distant town of Bhikhiwind. Once there, she spends the whole day just sitting quietly outside the main police station. She has been following this routine for every single day of the last one year. Her name is Satwant Kaur and she is searching for her son who went out to work in the fields one day and never returned. Her search takes her on a journey across many villages and towns as she tries to discover her son’s fate. It is a journey full of pain, sadness, hope and tragedy. It is a journey that so many mothers across Punjab have undertaken. It is the journey of all of us. It is the journey of Punjab and eventually, it is the journey of all humanity.

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