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The Making of Harmony:
The Fabulous Lipitones
A Review by KEN JAWOROWSKI
Bob is a 20-something Sikh auto mechanic from Punjab, complete with a turban, bronze skin and a Punjabi accent.
A New Kind Of Celebrity:
One of her first videos to go viral was titled "(Stuff) Punjabi Mothers Say" -- it has now been viewed more than four million times.
A Teacher of Theatre and His God-Given Talent:
“To be an artiste one must have talent, which is God given, and find a teacher who can hone that talent.”
The New Delhi & Punjab Tour:
The dates and timings, as well as the venues and contact details ...
The Film "Haider" Deftly Portrays Kashmir as A Shakespearean Tragedy VAIBHAV VATS
The idea for a Kashmirioriginated last year, when Mr. Bhardwaj was seeking a vehicle to complete his trilogy of Shakespearean tragedies.
A Play That Inspired Me Review by AEKUS SINGH BHATHAL, 12
I was inspired to find out more on the 1984 anti-Sikh genocide.
All In The Family:
Three Perspectives on "Kultar's Mime"
BANNO KAUR BAJAJ, GITIKA KAUR BAJAJ & GLEN D'ROZARIO
The brilliance and economy of the movements is only surpassed by the ingenuity of the visual metaphors.
Superwoman Lilly Singh SONALI GIDWANI
"I fell in love with the whole creative process and being in charge of my own voice and content."
Stemming the Flow From India-
A New Documentary on Sikh Immigration to North America
DAVID R. GRAY
The film’s name, Dis-Immigration, expresses the harsh impact of Canada’s 1908 restrictive “Continuous Journey” clause.
Staged at Harvard -
GURMINDER KAUR BHOGAL
Each cast member gave a compelling performance full of spirit, cruel irony, tears, and courage.