Sikka (2015)

 ●  Punjabi ● 1 hr 57 mins

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Five friends embark on a road journey back home to Punjab from Rajasthan in a jeep. While having food at a Dhaba, a roadside eatery, they come across a tribal vagabond singer who is exotically good looking. Her provocative performance and singing incites the devil in the youngsters who in the garb of offering her a ride kidnap her. After satiating their passion, they do away with her by dumping the body in a ditch. They think they are through and done away with it. But, terror comes to haunt the youngsters in a way they could never imagine. They are hunted and brought to justice by a soul grieving for herself.

Cast: Khatera Hakimi, Mukesh Rishi

Crew: Jeet Matharru (Director), P Victor (Director of Photography), Ashutosh Singh (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Horror

Release Dates: 30 Oct 2015 (India)

Punjabi Name: ਸਿੱਕਾ

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Did you know? This movie was screened at the biggest South Asian Film Festival of North America – the Punjabi International Film Festival. Read More
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Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
Punjabi
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
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No
Archival Source:
QubeVault (Real Image Media Technologies) [Digital]
Music Label: 24 Seven
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Music Director: Ashutosh Singh
Playback Singer: Rekha Rao
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Music Director: Ashutosh Singh
Playback Singer: Jaspinder Narula
Trivia:
It is dedicated to all those unfortunate women across the world who are raped or abused and have little chance of seeing their attackers brought to justice, majorly because of gender discrimination.

This movie was screened at the biggest South Asian Film Festival of North America – the Punjabi International Film Festival.

This movie received international acclaim including the Best Film Award at the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival (VISAFF).

This is the first ever horror movie in the history of Theunjabi cinema.