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SikhSeeker    95

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Has anyone seen the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur movie? Does anyone know if it is dubbed in english or is it in Punjabi and has english subtitles?

 

thanks

 

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jkvlondon    3,510
19 minutes ago, SikhSeeker said:

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Has anyone seen the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur movie? Does anyone know if it is dubbed in english or is it in Punjabi and has english subtitles?

 

thanks

 

it literally came out today ...

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simran345    2,459
1 hour ago, SikhSeeker said:

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Has anyone seen the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur movie? Does anyone know if it is dubbed in english or is it in Punjabi and has english subtitles?

 

thanks

 

Best thing to do is to call your local cinema and ask them.  

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ONEDAY123    2
On 11/13/2016 at 10:25 AM, Wicked Warrior said:

Like the previous film, it is in punjabi with english subtitles. 

Sat Sri Akaal, I have been trying to find with english subtitles but can not find anywhere??

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ONEDAY123    2
On 11/12/2016 at 2:58 AM, simran345 said:

Best thing to do is to call your local cinema and ask them.  

Sat Sri Akaal, did you find any with English subtitles, looking and i can not find?

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ONEDAY123    2

Sat Sri Akaal, I have been trying to find Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur 2016 with english subtitles but can not find it anywhere,' does anyone know where i can find it please??

Thankyou :)

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ONEDAY123    2
Just now, SikhSeeker said:

If you buy the dvd you can get the option to change dubbing or add subtitles from there

Thanks for your reply, where can I buy the DVD from?

 

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ONEDAY123    2

Thanks, you don't no if i can pay money to have it  downloaded do you. 

really want to watch it asap
Thanks so much

Sat Sri Akaal :)

 

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simran345    2,459
49 minutes ago, ONEDAY123 said:

Thanks, you don't no if i can pay money to have it  downloaded do you. 

really want to watch it asap
Thanks so much

Sat Sri Akaal :)

 

Sorry don’t know. 

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52 minutes ago, ONEDAY123 said:

Thanks, you don't no if i can pay money to have it  downloaded do you. 

really want to watch it asap
Thanks so much

Sat Sri Akaal :)

 

You can always watch the free version of streaming sites such as YouTube, but if you want to download, and depending on your locality and the laws of your country, (because there are no current purchase-type downloads of Chaar Sahibzade), that may not be possible. (Though if you locality allowed it, you could download the movie directly from the DVD).

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ONEDAY123    2
2 hours ago, Jacfsing2 said:

You can always watch the free version of streaming sites such as YouTube, but if you want to download, and depending on your locality and the laws of your country, (because there are no current purchase-type downloads of Chaar Sahibzade), that may not be possible. (Though if you locality allowed it, you could download the movie directly from the DVD).

Thanks but I can not find it anywhere for download in English or with English subtitles, if anyone has a link I would really be thankful :) Really wanting to watch it this weekend :)

 

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