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I think its really interesting to speak about this topic. I saw many actors such as Sonam Bajwa who post pictures of themself in really short dresses or shorts. Also they consider themself as sikhs. Are they less sikh or no sikh when they post such photos? Or play in movies? Also many other actors like Ammy Virk who wears a pagg but also shaves. I am really thorned. Some say that your heart should be good, mistakes happen. Some say that this is not allowed in sikh. What should we believe? And whats wrong and right? Whos wrong and right? 

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Veerji, Simple solution - Don't watch them. I don't watch any of the indian media at all. I think punjabi music industry and the bollywood is the most utterly low type of entrainment mostly targeting the low iq/social level of people of Bihar/up etc. etc. 

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17 hours ago, Guest VeerJiiiiii said:

I think its really interesting to speak about this topic. I saw many actors such as Sonam Bajwa who post pictures of themself in really short dresses or shorts. Also they consider themself as sikhs. Are they less sikh or no sikh when they post such photos? Or play in movies? Also many other actors like Ammy Virk who wears a pagg but also shaves. I am really thorned. Some say that your heart should be good, mistakes happen. Some say that this is not allowed in sikh. What should we believe? And whats wrong and right? Whos wrong and right? 

I know, its increasing a lot. People are starting to lose their sharam. Idk what they get out of doing that - its just like what are you trying to achieve? 

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This is something I struggled with up until relatively recently, too. The idea that people with whom I share a common culture and religious background behaving in ways that are contrary to what I've lead to believe is the "way" for our people. It's a naive mindset in all honesty.

We must realise that people don't function according to our personal moral compass, because there's arguably infinite definitions of what a moral compass should point to. You cannot police individual thought and actions, although most of us of the khattar variety occasionally fantasise about doing so, lol.

The conclusion I've arrived at? Live your own life according to whichever stringent philosophy you've decided is suitable. Ultimately, you can only account for your own actions. Of course, in certain situations we must speak up and take action when we observe occurrences that mustn't be allowed to snowball, but regarding nonsensical soft cultural happenings in celebrity land, just ignore the bakwaas. It's irrelevant. Problem is TOO many of our people take their cues from these flawed and misleading personalities. It's a complex issue.

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12 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

This is something I struggled with up until relatively recently, too. The idea that people with whom I share a common culture and religious background behaving in ways that are contrary to what I've lead to believe is the "way" for our people. It's a naive mindset in all honesty.

We must realise that people don't function according to our personal moral compass, because there's arguably infinite definitions of what a moral compass should point to. You cannot police individual thought and actions, although most of us of the khattar variety occasionally fantasise about doing so, lol.

The conclusion I've arrived at? Live your own life according to whichever stringent philosophy you've decided is suitable. Ultimately, you can only account for your own actions. Of course, in certain situations we must speak up and take action when we observe occurrences that mustn't be allowed to snowball, but regarding nonsensical soft cultural happenings in celebrity land, just ignore the bakwaas. It's irrelevant. Problem is TOO many of our people take their cues from these flawed and misleading personalities. It's a complex issue.

obviously when you have kids who could be swayed into thinking such behaviour is normal , then your tune may change as you don't want those rotten apples to spoil your kids' lives and niat. No Point in sitting on a fence until then , speak up if you don't agree with it all.

vasey isn't sonam a hindu style name? I have noticed the more filth these people get up to the more they want to claim sikhi heritage are they trying to clean up or just trying to create as much damage possible in our youth. I've heard stupid girls admiring that porn star as being a rich businessperson ....what's the point of money when you have no self-respect?

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2 minutes ago, jkvlondon said:

obviously when you have kids who could be swayed into thinking such behaviour is normal , then your tune may change as you don't want those rotten apples to spoil your kids' lives and niat. No Point in sitting on a fence until then , speak up if you don't agree with it all.

vasey isn't sonam a hindu style name?

That's true, but then there's the added complication of kids still experimenting, going off the rails, and being influenced by the sangat they keep despite the best efforts of the parents. 

Yes, on an individual basis all a person can do is shake their head ruefully at the kaljug of it all, but when it comes to raising kids there needs to be diligence and a firm hand, and a certain amount of hope that the guidance is actually sinking in.

 

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Wrong and right is all perception. What we 100% know is, Guru Ji is right! Guru Granth sahib Ji is right. What we also know is SGGS is for everyone. Maharaaj is open to all! Unfortunately we take this for granted or advantage.

Do these people bring a stain on/ to Sikhs? Hmm... That is arguable. Do they have a right to call themselves Sikhs or identify? My answer's no to this. They're Punjabis! Ram Raheem (death penalty no go btw), brought stain. Ammy Virk n Sonam brought no stain! Thas the difference.

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Per Gurmat then obviously these individuals are jokers. I don't think anyone could ever argue otherwise. Per Gurmat -- if followed to the letter -- most of us fall short in less obvious ways, too.

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19 hours ago, Guest VeerJiiiiii said:

I think its really interesting to speak about this topic. I saw many actors such as Sonam Bajwa who post pictures of themself in really short dresses or shorts. Also they consider themself as sikhs. Are they less sikh or no sikh when they post such photos? Or play in movies? Also many other actors like Ammy Virk who wears a pagg but also shaves. I am really thorned. Some say that your heart should be good, mistakes happen. Some say that this is not allowed in sikh. What should we believe? And whats wrong and right? Whos wrong and right? 

She believes jesus. She has said so herself, look at her Instagram and you’ll see for yourself. 

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I used to like Mandy Takkar, especially because she's British and making it big in Punjabi movies. Seemed really humble in her interviews and thanking waheguru for everything. In one interview she said that before moving to punjab to make movies her dad said to her make sure you don't do something so that I would end up walking around with my head down in shame. I really liked her but then she started dressing all slutty as well! Even uploaded a video on her Instagram of herself at the beach in a bikini, started appearing at award shows with her breast hanging out. It's like what happened to waheguru and your dad's Izzat now lol   

I don't like her anymore, they all are fake.

Simi Chahal is a pretty girl though  hope she don't go all slutty either.

I don't think the day is far where we will see the "first kiss in Punjabi cinema" 

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i think religion is a private thing and they shouldn't bring it up unless asked about it.  but you shouldn't see them as representing the community in anyway.

they all do it for money.  

they're just not worth your attention, basically.

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Sonam is still new just about 3-4 yrs ago she came into limelight, the other stupids are much more filthy stars

bagga safri, neeru, surveen had already crossed peak of shame.

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18 minutes ago, TinnkerBell said:

bagga safri, neeru, surveen had already crossed peak of shame

Omg  i remember them two! They were so nasty and cringe lol  haha!

Very shameless, surprised he wasn't killed lol 

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Only way we can control this is if Punjab has it's own censor board. Seriously these photos of famous people wearing an uncivilised length of clothes corrupts our youth. Of course the censor board cannot do anything about Instagram, but they can do it for media.

I mean we always complain about these hindutva RSS peoples or whatever, do these RSS kattarwadis try and do any censoring when the Akali dal BJP politicans are voted in? Or what does SGPC do?

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5 hours ago, ipledgeblue said:

Only way we can control this is if Punjab has it's own censor board. Seriously these photos of famous people wearing an uncivilised length of clothes corrupts our youth. Of course the censor board cannot do anything about Instagram, but they can do it for media.

I mean we always complain about these hindutva RSS peoples or whatever, do these RSS kattarwadis try and do any censoring when the Akali dal BJP politicans are voted in? Or what does SGPC do?

You should start with the naked sadh walking around.  

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