3D Chaar Sahibzaade Becomes Highest Rated Film in cinema History
3D Chaar Sahibzaade

3D Chaar Sahibzaade Becomes Highest Rated Film in cinema History

3D Chaar Sahibzaade Becomes Highest Rated Film in cinema History

The 3D animation Film ‘Chaar Sahibzaade’ has broken all the records of the box office abroad but also has the highest rating of any film all time on the international film rating website IMDB. The rating of the film is now 9.9 which is so far the highest rating any film has ever received.

About 2500 more votes are required to get the film in the top 25 of another category of all time popular films.The director of the film Harry Baweja is very happy by the reactions of the audiences watching this film.

Harry says, “I am extremely happy with the reaction that I am getting from my audience and from the industry people. It has been great so far, I feel blessed.”

“It was a tedious job to make an animation film. I had no choice but to make it in animation. I hope we make more animation films in India. It took close to three years for me to make this film,” he further added.

It is produced by Pammi Baweja and directed by Harry Baweja. It has been produced from the pen of an exemplary writer Baldev Gill. The back ground team is main part and important but unfilmed part of this film,which is passing through the poisonous lanes of the that time ,which explain the situation of that time when political condition exposes and explain solid ambitions of a determined great warrior and raising the curtain from a race from its inception to youth .The film was set tax free in Punjab by the Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal.

Compulsory viewing of this movie was been made  in the college and schools so that the coming generation may become knowledgeable about and not restrict itself to book and associate itself to history. The Sant Smaaj obligated to preach that this film reaches all the aspect of the Society and the youth take optimum benefit from it.This is the only film which the viewer saw it setting on the chair and they felt that this film should have run more longer. This is the first film in which we saw the youth coming out with moist eyes.