‘The Black Prince’ shatters myths about Maharaja Duleep Singh: Satinder Sartaj

By 11th July 2017 0 Comments


The Black Prince, set to release on July 21, will shatter many misrepresentation about the last maharaja of Punjab. Sartaj, who portrays the character of the maharaja, says that the film addresses the issue of how Maharaja Ranjit Singh and his son, Maharaja Duleep Singh, have been misrepresented in history. The actor had visited the Press Club for a media interaction in Chandigarh on Tuesday.

The film is a historic biopic on the poignant life story of the last King of Punjab – Maharajah Duleep Singh – also known as The Black Prince. The film stars Satinder Sartaaj who makes his film debut as Maharajah Duleep Singh, Shabana Azmi who plays the role of Rani Jindan, the exiled King’s mother, and Jason Flemyng.
The Black Prince is a period drama, filmed widely across the UK and India. As the last King of Punjab, chronicles Maharajah Duleep Singh’s lifelong struggle and daring journey of self-discovery in order to reclaim his identity, his faith, and the Kingdom that was rightfully his.

Via Hindustan Times


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