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Sant Singh Sekhon's Seven Plays On Sikh History A Book Review by ROOPINDER SINGH
A translation is expected to remain true to the spirit of the original. As one reads these plays, one can feel the Punjabi original even through the English text.
A Little Revolution:
A Story of Suicides & Dreams
by JASKIRAN KAPOOR
Filmmaker Harpreet Kaur's documentary on farmers' suicides in Punjab underlines the malicious neglect of the state by the Indian government.
Neelam Man Singh: Doyenne of Punjabi Theatre by P. ANIMA
"He told me to work with the language of the [land], with content that was bringing with it the energy of generations."
Bhowani Junction: A Film Worth Revisiting by RICHARD BRODY
At a crucial moment in the story, Victoria - who is being courted by a young Sikh man - considers converting to the Sikh faith and marrying him.
Wanted: Submissions from 14-18-yr-olds for Faith-Shorts Film Contest by RICHARD ALLEN GREENE
The Faith Foundation will accept not only movies made with professional equipment, but even ones shot with cell phones.
Twin Sikh Boys Light Up TV Commercial by ARATI RAO
In the story-line, one of the boys (Sunny) foregoes the bigger birthday gift for a smaller one in order to please his sibling, Goldie.
Sikh-Canadian Pioneers: Still Searching for Our Sikh War Heroes by DAVID R. GRAY
By requesting help from readers of sikhchic.com and Sikhs worldwide, I am hoping that more stories about these and other men will come to light.
Maharani Jind Kaur: Rebel Queen by HARPREET KAUR GREWAL
Maharani Jind Kaur's life is the subject of a documentary film called Rebel Queen, directed by award-winning California film-maker, Michael Singh.
British Parliament Re-Discovers Its Sikh World War Heroes THE ASIAN TODAY
Sikh-Briton teen delves into the past to retrace the footsteps of his heroic great-grandfather ... on film!
Sarah Kaur Kundi: Sikh-Briton Ballerina THE GUARDIAN, et al
By the age of eleven, I realised that Ballet was something that I really wanted to do ... I'd like to show young Sikh girls you too can be a ballet dancer.