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Award-Winning Punjabi Film “Qissa”:
Theatrical Release in Toronto -
October 3 - 9, 2014
A Sikh survivor of the Partition is struggling to forge a new life in a newly created India ...
Please Help Stage a Play on 1984:
A Few Bucks From You Will Go a Long Way ...
The production team aspires to take the show to Delhi in October 2014 after staging it in various North American cities.
The Show Must Go On:
Cinema Pioneer Ranjit Singh Seble
“I joined my father in 1960 as a part of the touring cinema, which was a big business in those days."
Has Anything Changed in India?
Film on Indira’s Execution by India’s Elite Security Force Barred From Indian Theatres
SUHASINI RAJ & NIDA NAJAR [Edited by SIKHCHIC.COM]
CEO of India’s Central Board of Film Certification arrested for bribes.
Four Children in the Aftermath of 1984
A Play Coming Soon To Your Neighborhood
J. MEHR KAUR & SARBPREET SINGH
Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of 1984 with an immersive theater experience ...
A Film on Guru Nanak Goes to Cannes:
Nanak Shah Fakir
FAIZAL KHAN & JASPREET
"I joined the film project after seeing 40 minutes of the footage," explains Pookutty about his involvement in the film.
It Is Powerful To Speak
It Is Powerful To Be Heard:
The Sikh Monologues
JASLEEN KAUR SINGH
I travelled across 14 states in four months and interviewed over 100 Sikh-Americans.
A Prodigy at The Shaw Festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake:
Harveen Kaur Sandhu
ROBERT EVERETT GREEN & RICHARD OUZOUNIAN
She appears in The Philanderer and Juno and The Paycock this season.
CNN TV Show "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" Travels to Punjab CNN
The host dives into the ever-changing state of Punjab with a trip to Amritsar ...
Waris Ahluwalia Returns To The Big Screen:
in Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel”
I loved every minute of it, because there was so much to take in and each scene felt like it had been crafted so carefully.