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Must Listen Audio Article on Indian Supreme Court’s Order on Nanak Shah Fakir Film

This is audio version of a write-up authored by Dr. Sikandar Singh, Incharge of Punjabi Department, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib.

Students, Research Scholars of Punjabi University (Patiala) Reject Nanak Shah Fakir Film (2018) [Video]

Students and Research scholars of Punjabi University (Patiala) on April 6, 2018 held a protest demonstration against releasing of controversial film Nanak Shah Fakir.

Former Panj Pyare of Akal Takht Sahib Reject Nanak Shah Fakir Film [VIDEO]

Bhai Satnam Singh Khandewala, speaking on behalf of former Panj Pyare of Akal Takht Sahib, rejected controversial movie Nanak Shah Fakir.

EXCLUSIVE: Why Sikhs Won’t Accept Nanak Shah Fakir Film, Explains Former Jathedar Giani Kewal Singh

The controversial film Nanak Shah Fakir is once against in focus as the producer Harinder Singh Sikka has announced to release it on April 13, 2018.

[Special Talk]: Understanding thought patterns favouring & opposing portrayal of Sikh Gurus in Films like Nanak Shah Fakir and Chaar Sahibzaade

Sikh Siyasat’s host Baljeet Singh conducted a discussion with prominent sikh thinker Sr. Ajmer Singh from Chandigarh and Sr. Harkanwal Singh from Surrey, Canada, regarding the principled legitimacy of the controversial movie ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’ in the light of Sikh philosophy.

Kalgianwale Di Chhabi (ਕਲਗੀਆਂਵਾਲੇ ਦੀ ਛਬੀ): Prof. Puran Singh’s insightful article on depiction of Sikh Gurus

Kalgianwale Di Chhabi is an insightful article of Prof. Puran Singh which clarifies that attempts to depict Sikh Gurus in portraits or writing character-sketches of Guru Sahib from a temporal view-point was wrongful.

Movie “Nanak Shah Fakir”; Discussion with S. Prabhjot Singh by Truth Behind the Lie

Truth Behind the Lie (TBTL)'s presenter Sukhwinder Singh recently talked to S. Prabhjot Singh (Nawanshehr) about Nanak Shah Fakir movie. S. Prabhjot Singh discussed in detail various aspects of the issue, i.e. attempts to portray Sikh Gurus in movies/ films in violation of established Sikh tenets.

Do movies portraying Guru Sahib are really helpful for Sikh Children?

This video clip is part of a detailed discussion (Part II) by Sikh Siyasat on Nanak Shah Fakir movie. In this clip S. Harkamal Singh Surrey explained that movies on Sikh Gurus can not be a replacement of Sikh parent's duty to tell their children about Sikhi. As the idea of portraying Sikh Guru Sahibs was basically faulty any movie created on that idea won't do anything better to the Sikh children.

Even title of Nanak Shah Fakir movie is objectionable [Video]

The debate surrounding depiction of Sikh Gurus is in focus again, especially in wake of controversy over upcoming movie Nanak Shah Fakir. Nanak Shah Fakir is a movie by Harinder Sikka who claims that the movie depicts the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Ji. The SGPC has already rejected this movie as it violates Sikh traditions under which Sikh Guru Sahib can not be depicted as a character of any play or movie etc.

Detailed Discussion on Nanak Shah Fakir movie; Why objections against depiction of Sikh Gurus in films

Sikh Siyasat’s host Baljeet Singh held a detailed discussion via Google+ Hangout with S. Ajmer Singh (Punjab) and S. Harkamal Singh (Surrey, Canada) on the issue of depiction of Sikh Guru Sahibs in feature films/ animation movies.

On Movies on Sikh Gurus – Nanak Shah Fakir & Chaar Sahibzaade controversy [Talk with Dr Sewak Singh]

The debate surrounding depiction of Sikh Gurus is in focus again, especially in wake of controversy over upcoming movie Nanak Shah Fakir. Nanak Shah Fakir is a movie by Harinder Sikka who claims that the movie depicts the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Ji. The SGPC has already rejected this movie as it violates Sikh tenets under which Sikh Guru Sahib can not be depicted as a character of any play or movie etc.

Why depiction of Sikh Gurus in films like Nanak Shah Fakir or Chaar Sahibzaade is wrongful [Video]

Quoting Prof. Harinder Singh Mehboob, another Sikh author Vikramjit Singh (Australia) had termed the depiction of Sikh Gurus as “Roohani Khudkushi” (Spiritual Suicide).