What if you witnessed the India Partition in 1947? What if you were only 11 years old and got separated from your family during the partition? Would you be able to reach your family by crossing the borders? This might sound horrible, but this is exactly what PTC Box Office upcoming film “Raavi Paar” is based upon.
This a Story of the partition of India in 1947 and it depicts the pain and separation has so much to say about human frailty and ensures ingredients of entertainment at the same time.
The story revolves around ‘Noor’, who is an 11 year old Muslim boy, who was left behind in Punjab (India) during partition. Now this helpless boy is saved by a Sikh family, who wants to help him in the best possible way. There is a Lady in this Sikh family ‘Bishni’ who feels that Noor is not safe here in Punjab (India) and should be sent back to his loved ones, who live across river Raavi immediately.
“Raavi” is the name of a river which is now in Pakistan. Bishani shows her concern towards the little boy and asks her husband ‘Bachitar’ to contact the priest (Irshaad Dutta) who is also a noble soul. He is the only one who could help boy reaching his loved ones as only ‘Christians’ have the privilege to cross the border. Baichtar visits the priest who gets impressed by his good intentions and agrees to help him out.
After this point, the story of this movie bumps into a series of incidents that will leave the audience enthralled. Will the audience get to watch the strategies and arrangements the priest will makes to cross the border?
Now, there are a few questions that might have stuck in your mind and will be cleared only once you watch this movie. The first question is that “After all the efforts is the priest able to cross the border? Did the child finally reach his loved ones? It would be interesting to find all the answers in the film.
‘Raavi Paar‘ is a heart wrenching drama beautifully embedded with interesting moments by the director “Param Shiv”. So make your ‘Friday’ worth by witnessing exemplary kind of cinema only on ‘PTC BOX OFFICE’ @8:30 pm.