This film is based on the eternal teaching of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji of “Kirat karo” means “do hard work” – that a real Sikh or any human being should not opt for begging in any circumstance.

The Almighty is always there to help him find a way out of his misery through their souls of one’s fellow Sikhs.

It shows the pride and honor of the Sikh community which believes not doing hard work and going out there to beg is something we are not supposed to do and similar message should be delivered by us to other people. For we are all humans and tied together by the bound of humanity so we are trying to deliver this message to everyone around the globe and not just Sikh humanity. has received all of the entries for its 10th annual Youth Online Film Festival. The SikhNet Youth Online Film Festival has become a much anticipated event within the worldwide Sikh community. This year, the theme for the festival is “Sikhs – Agents of Change.” SikhNet received 27 films from young Sikh directors in the United States, the United Kingdom, India and the United Arab Emirates. These films can now be viewed through the SikhNet website.

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