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October 31st, 1984 will forever remain etched in the collective Sikh psyche ...
Angad Singh Ranyal
Masterfully Revives Punjabi Self-Deprecating Humour
The stand-up comedian explains what really goes down in a Punjabi family …
Art & Pain:
‘Kultar’s Mime’ Hits The Road Again
Pain and art have a symbiotic relationship: pain creates the need for art and art creates the outlet for pain.
The Dancing Sikh:
Navtej Singh Johar
“I set no score by stereotypes like men don’t dance or how can a Sikh man do Bharatnatyam, but I have given something of being a man and a Sikh to my dance.”
Jus Reign Reigns!
On The 2015 Much Music Video Awards Red Carpet
It was clear on Sunday that the red carpet was Jus Reign's.
The New Face of Eliza Doolittle:
Harveen Kaur Sandhu
The new theatre star says what happens onstage can inspire real-world change.
Gurvinder Singh Takes 1984 India Genocide To Cannes:
Chauthi Koot -
The Fourth Direction
MANOHLA DARGIS, The New York Times
A schoolteacher sitting right next to me, a 10-yr-old Sikh boy, said, ‘These Sikhs, they should be taught a lesson.’
A Trip To Unicorn Island:
Lilly Singh’s World Tour To Be Showcased In Feature-Length Film
Her tour will hit four cities in India before going around the globe to locales such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia.
The Fourth Direction -
Gurvinder Singh’s Punjabi Film On 1984 Goes To Cannes Film Festival
Based on Waryam Singh Sandhu’s Punjabi short stories.
Extremists Want To Ban Street Plays By Delhi University’s Ankur Theatre HEENA KAUSAR, ASHLIN MATHEW, ADILA MATRA & HANSA MALHOTRA
“When the time is right, voices will rise.”