Neeru Bajwa was recently in UK to promote her new Movie ‘Channo’. The entertaining Punjabi film which releases in cinemas on February 19th sheds light on the issue of NRI’s who get married in India and then never return to their partners.
There are an estimated 16,000 registered cases of brides left behind in India by NRIs. The issue has never received serious attention in the media and the producers of the film hope to shed light and create awareness.
Whilst in the middle of her schedule Neeru Bajwa took time out to raise the profile of Registered Charity Dharam Seva Records which uses the media and famous artists to Preserve The Past and Inspire the Future and send out a message based on the ethos of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s teachings.
Neeru stressed the importance of preserving heritage and understanding the teachings of Gurbani. She applauded the work of Dharam Seva Records in production of religious songs, films, and Gurbani music. She praised the tremendous work being done by the charity to help the needy in India.
She went on some high profile interviews with BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) and showed her support for Dharam Seva Records helping to reach and engage to younger audiences about messages within Gurbani.
Dharam Seva Records does not ask for donations it is based on a non profit cycle of music sales.