Punjab Bans ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’ film for 2 Months

NSF-slider-for-sikhlensGovernment of Punjab banned a film on Sikh religion founder Guru Nanak for two months. The film named ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’ which the biography based on Guru Nanak.

Few Sikh people expressed their objection on this film. They are telling that the film demeaned the Sikh religion and Guru Nanak. So, the government banned this film for two months and ordered to probe.

Gurbani Media produced this film and directed by Sarjit Singh Pannu.

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