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7 minutes ago, 5aaban said:

I don't think it will do anything. The same artists are featuring in many more Panjabi films. It's become a trend to see at least one Pakistani in Panjabi in movies these days. Punjabi actors need to see the above three old films to learn their views on Sikhs before getting too comfortable. image.png.13743c87eec070a5a26753ed167d1974.pngimage.png.4092f574cca3cbadc39a8b2420b021a7.png 

7/11 main actors in this one are Pakistanis 

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By their nature of being actors and singers, these people are all sellouts to their Religion

Thought this was interesting

https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/29-Jan-2022/indian-actor-singer-gippy-grewal-barred-from-entering-pakistan

Indian actor-singer Gippy Grewal has been barred from entering Pakistan through Wagah border on Friday as the Indian immigration authorities reportedly stopped him at the Atari border.

 

According to sources in the Evacuee Propriety Trust Board, all the arrangements were in place to receive the Punjabi singer at the border as he was scheduled to visit Kartarpur.

“He was to move to Kartarpur (Narowal) at 9:30am and return to Lahore by 3:30pm. Later, Gippy was scheduled to attend a reception at Governor House. On Jan 29, he was to visit Nankana Sahib before his return to India,” an ETPB official told Dawn.

 

According to another source, the 39-year-old was to enter Pakistan through the Wagah border on a two-day visit with six or seven other people, however, he was stopped at the Atari check post.

“He was also to visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Lahore and then he had meetings at the Governor House. The next day he was supposed to leave for Nankana Sahib to pay respects at the Sikh religious site,” he explained.

Moreover, the last time Grewal visited Kartarpur he socialised with people and showed great enthusiasm, warmth and love for Pakistanis and the places he visited. 

On the work front, Gippy Grewal is a popular figure in Pakistan, especially with Punjabi film audience, and internationally too, his films, such as Carry on Jutta and Lucky Di Unlucky Story topped popularity charts.

 
 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

By their nature of being actors and singers, these people are all sellouts to their Religion

Thought this was interesting

https://en.dailypakistan.com.pk/29-Jan-2022/indian-actor-singer-gippy-grewal-barred-from-entering-pakistan

Indian actor-singer Gippy Grewal has been barred from entering Pakistan through Wagah border on Friday as the Indian immigration authorities reportedly stopped him at the Atari border.

 

According to sources in the Evacuee Propriety Trust Board, all the arrangements were in place to receive the Punjabi singer at the border as he was scheduled to visit Kartarpur.

“He was to move to Kartarpur (Narowal) at 9:30am and return to Lahore by 3:30pm. Later, Gippy was scheduled to attend a reception at Governor House. On Jan 29, he was to visit Nankana Sahib before his return to India,” an ETPB official told Dawn.

 

According to another source, the 39-year-old was to enter Pakistan through the Wagah border on a two-day visit with six or seven other people, however, he was stopped at the Atari check post.

“He was also to visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Lahore and then he had meetings at the Governor House. The next day he was supposed to leave for Nankana Sahib to pay respects at the Sikh religious site,” he explained.

Moreover, the last time Grewal visited Kartarpur he socialised with people and showed great enthusiasm, warmth and love for Pakistanis and the places he visited. 

On the work front, Gippy Grewal is a popular figure in Pakistan, especially with Punjabi film audience, and internationally too, his films, such as Carry on Jutta and Lucky Di Unlucky Story topped popularity charts.

 
 

 

 

Why was he denied entry?

 

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Background to this song, 

Chris Gayle a legendary Jamaican cricketer who plays for Punjab in the IPL. he is loved all over India especially Punjab . Chris embraced the Punjabi Culture with this song calling himself as a Punjabi daddy( not sure why). Chris Gaye is all about  lavish lifestyle, Women  which is the theme of the video.(no different for the light of Jazzy B etc) 

 

 

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7 hours ago, 5aaban said:

Pakistani Panjabis in Pakistan made many films when their industry was thriving which showed Sikhs, especially females as people who needed "saving" (always converted at the ending). They never show their role in the partition but Sikhs were always the cruel, heartless villains or drunkards 

In this film, the Muslim is openly saying to the Sikh female that he will make her read the Kalma. 

 

That's weird. SWA just created and placed, via payment, that same narrative in the gurdian....lol

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3 hours ago, Punjabiwolves said:

Background to this song, 

Chris Gayle a legendary Jamaican cricketer who plays for Punjab in the IPL. he is loved all over India especially Punjab . Chris embraced the Punjabi Culture with this song calling himself as a Punjabi daddy( not sure why). Chris Gaye is all about  lavish lifestyle, Women  which is the theme of the video.(no different for the light of Jazzy B etc) 

 

 

I like the confluence just not the execution. Good for him though. I hope we see more and better Raag and Raaga tuned to the frequencies of Dharam Yudh FM.

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The more times I write SWA, Sikh womens aid, contact info, help, press release, SWA, abuse, drinking, alcoholism, help line, phone, SWA, the bigger chance google links to this. You're welcome SWA. 

Public announcement do not go to SWA for help or give them money.  You could be jeapordizing your safety. 

https://www.sikhawareness.com/topic/19148-must-watch-sikh-youth-frontline-against-grooming-task-force/?do=findComment&comment=196222 

 

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