Patiala House (2011)

 ●  Hindi ● 2 hrs 20 mins

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Gurtej Singh Kahlon witnesses his family being attacked by British-born Caucasian skinheads, leading to a death in the family. While the identified attackers were never charged by racially biased police, he himself was arrested for defending his family. He swore to change the manner in which East Indians were profiled and set about to build a Mini-India in Southall. He encourages his son, Parghat, to play and excel in cricket as he himself was a fan of the Indian team, especially Lala and his son, Mohinder Ambarnath. But when the time comes for Parghat to be inducted in the English cricket team, he forbids him, gets him to manage a convenience store, and also sets about to arrange marriages and lives of his family with no daring to oppose him. Then mixed-raced Simran Chaggal enters Parghat's life, and with some help from the Kahlon family, gets him to be included in a failing English team. They conspire to keep this information from Gurtej, and even re-name Parghat as 'Kaali'. But it will not be long before Gurtej finds out, collapses, is hospitalized, refuses to have to do anything with his son, and even refers to him as 'Angrez Chamcha'. Shameful of having hurt his father, and no one in the family to back him up, Parghat has no option but to publicly announce his 'retirement' from cricket.
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Did you know? Director Nikhil Advani filmed some of the cricket sequences in 3D but eventually decided against using the technology as he felt the film didn't warrant it. Read More
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as Parghat Singh 'Gattu' Kahlon / Kaali
as Simran Chaggal
as Mrs. Kahlon
as Gurtej Singh 'Bauji' Kahlon
as Jaskaran Kahlon
as Umpire at The Oval
as Puneet Kahlon
as Preity Kahlon
as Police Motorcyclist
as Dr. Kawaljit
as Manmeet Kahlon
as Veerendra Singh Saini
as Dolly Mann
as Neighbour of Bauji
as Harleen Kahlon
as Ranbir Brar
as Mr. Bedi
as SkySports Cameraman

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Assistant Director

Production

Line Producer
Associate Producer
Production Executive
Production Manager

Distribution

Writers

Story Writer
Screenplay Writer
Dialogue Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography

Music

Music Label

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer

Editorial

Editor

Stunts

Stunt Coordinator
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Hindi
Spoken Languages:
Punjabi
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Dolby Digital
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Tracklist
Music Label: T-Series
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Trivia:
Director Nikhil Advani filmed some of the cricket sequences in 3D but eventually decided against using the technology as he felt the film didn't warrant it.

Anushka Sharma's first film outside of her three picture deal with YashRaj Films.

The house of the title is a multi-storey apartment building in London's Southall.

The movie is loosely based on the life of England Slow left-arm orthodox bowler Monty Panesar.