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Punjabi singer K.S. Makhan supports morcha seeking release of Sikh political prisoners

Punjabi singer turned politician and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader K. S. Makhan has extended support to ‘morcha’ seeking permanent release of those Sikh political prisoners who have completed the terms of their sentences.

Gippy Grewal shares ZaidAliT’s video against eve-teasing; Punjabi singers/actors need to introspect

Punjabi singer and actor Gippy Grewal today shared a video by a YouTube entertainer ZaidAliT. The short video (1:28 minutes) highlights the problem of eve-teasing and crimes against women.

Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh faces wrath on social media over new song; Indulges in low-grade promotion tactics

Chandigarh: Punjabi singer Diljit Dosanjh’s new song “Patiala Pegg” has invited strong criticism from various circles on over Facebook and other social media networks. Term “Patiala Pegg” is taken to mean as a large glass of neat liquor and many sections believe that Diljit Dosanjh’s song tends to encourage the tendency of ‘alcoholism’ in Punjabi society.

Dilli Dushman Bann Gyi Singh Srdaran Di – Delhi 1984 song by Harbhajan Mann on 30th anniversary of Sikh Genocide

Chandigarh/ Punjab: Punjabi singer Harbhajan Mann has released a song dedicated to 30th anniversary of the Sikh Genocide 1984. In a brief shot before the song Harbhajan Mann said that the voices for justice will continue to be raised till the justice is delivered.

Satinder Sartaj to play Maharaja Dalip Singh in multi-million The Black Prince movie

Brillstein Entertainment Partners executive Jai Khanna will co-produce The Black Prince, described as the tragic yet fascinating story about the last king of the state of Punjab (in north India), Maharaja Duleep Singh. Written and to be directed by LA-based Indian filmmaker Kavi Raz, Prince will see the acting debut of one of Punjab's most acclaimed singer-poets, Satinder Sartaaj.

Cinemas listings for “Punjab 1984” movie in Punjab, Himachal, Haryana and Jammu

A number of people are expressing interest over social networking site Facebook to know that how the director has dealt with aspects of Sikh struggle in this movie. “It is important to show pain and sufferings, but for people struggling for freedom the glory of struggle is more important than stories of sufferings”, a Sikh youth activist wrote on Facebook.

Cinemas listings for “Punjab 1984” movie in Australia

It's seems as if it's turning to be a trend in Punjabi cinema, after the success of “Sadda Haq”, to make movies on stories based on or related to 1984 Sikh massacre and state-oppression that followed the tragic events of 1984.

Punjab 1984 writer-director maintains the film is “not political”

Singer-turned- actor Diljit Dosanjh starer up coming Punjabi movie “Punjab 1984” was written and shot in India, but was produced by Vancouver-based White Hill Productions.

Punjabi Singer Miss Pooja questioned by Enforcement Directorate

Punjabi singer Miss Pooja has reportedly been questioned by Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Jalandhar on Monday (June 16, 2014) in connection with Hawala money under Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).

Video praising Badal-BJP govt. still haunts Gippy Grewal: Punjabi Singer’s show opposed in California

According to media reports Punjabi singer Gippy Grewal, who is currently touring in United States of America, had to face wrath of a sections Punjabis there because of his election favour to Punjab's ruling party during last Lok Sabha elections.

Punjabi singer Ranjit Bawa apologises after social-media outrage over vulgar singing

Vulgarity in Punjabi songs has started to catch attention of audience and with the 'power' of social-media the listeners are getting their resentment noticed.

Punjabi singers, who praised Badal govt in tv advertisements, now change their tune

Chandigarh/ Punjab (April 16, 2014): Under fire from their fans, popular Punjabi singers Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh, Harbhajan Mann and Jazzy B have either given an explanation or apologised on their Facebook accounts for appearing in video-tapes to campaign for the ruling SAD [Badal]. The Tribune had brought the matter to the fore yesterday.

Harbhajan Mann, Jazzy B, Diljit Dosanjh, Gippey Grewal face wrath of netizens for supporting/ praising Badal Dal led Punjab Govt.

Chandigarh/ Punjab (April 15, 2014): As you surf Punjabi television channels these days, you find singer-actor Harbhajan Mann telling viewers in his mellifluous voice, “Kuch saal pehlon tak, Punjab ch bilji sirf badlaan ton hi garajdi si. Par pichley panj saalan ch Badal sarkar ney bijli di aisi lishk khilaari hai ki gali-gali, pind-pind lishk reha hai.

Controversial Punjabi rapper Honey Singh want High Court to scrap FIR against him

Chandigarh/ Punjab (September 08, 2013): Punjabi rapper Zo Zo Honey Singh has reportedly approached the Punjab and Haryana High Court seeking HC's direction to dismiss FIR registered against him.

Rapper “Hard Kaur” hurts Sikh feelings; Turns abusive at Chandigarh fashion show

Chandigarh, Punjab (May 24, 2013): It is learnt that a British Indian Rapper "Hard Kaur" put up an embarrassing show at a fashion event in Chandigarh where she openly insulted Sikh beliefs and identity.

Rihaiyan – New Song by Raj Kakra [Prof. Bhullar & Sikhs in Jails]

Ludhaina, Punjab (May 22, 2013): Punjabi lyricist and singer Raj Kakra's new song Rihaiyan talks about Sikhs in Jails.

Trouble for Honey Singh – Punjab police registers FIR for vulgar songs

Nawanshehr, Punjab (May 17, 2013): According to a news report by YesPunjab.Com: "[i]t took Nawanshahar Police five and a half months and some indirect 'lessons' in policing by Punjab and Haryana High Court to register an FIR against high profile Punjabi Rapper, Bollywood Singer Yo Yo Honey Singh, but finally it has taken the plunge and registered an FIR against the controversial singer for his much hyped, vulgar and obscene songs".

High Court directs Punjab govt to register case against Punjabi rapper Honey Singh for vulgar singing

Chandigarh/Punjab (May 17, 2013): As per media reports the Punjab and Haryana High Court has taken serious note of the Punjab government’s inaction against Punjabi singer Honey Singh for his vulgar songs. It is learnt that on May 14, 2013 the High Court ordered the registration of a case against him.

P&H High Court summons Punjabi rapper Honey Singh for May 14; Takes up PIL against Vulgar Songs

Chandigarh (April 25, 2013): According to certain media reports the Punjab and Haryana high court on April 25, 2013 ordered Punjabi rapper-cum-singer Honey Singh to present himself before the court on May 14, 2013 to respond to the allegations levelled against him for singing a song 'Main Hoon Balatkari' (I am a rapist).

Gippey Grewal supports Sadda Haq; Urges Punjab Govt. to lift ban from the movie

Chandigarh/ Punjab (April 16, 2013): Punjabi singer-cum-actor Gippy Grewal has urged the Punjab government to lift the ban from Punjabi movie Sadda Haq. The movie was banned in Punjab - the home state of the producer Kuljinder Sidhu and Dinesh Sood on late night of April 4, just hours before it's release. Later the movie was also banned in Delhi, Haryana and Chandigarh.

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