Friday, December 25, 2009
You must be thinking what this all puzzle is? Actually I was also struggling with similar thoughts when I was returning to
Day one, 18th November 2009, 6.00 PM
Campus around the Sarojini Hall was the most happening place in
Boys Hostel #1, Block 1, Room #19, 1.30 AM
After finishing my work at
The terror of Swine Flu and Inqalaab
Day two 19 November, 10 AM
After having a breakfast of gilla paranthas (it is an adjective used for a parantha with floating butter over in university’s mess) and dhudh patti (Milk Tea) at hostel’s mess when I reached at students center, there was all mess. Volunteers were settling down chairs, a partition of board was prepared to be silver screen and projector was focused over it. Finally I learned that because outbreak of swine flu in
Grandsons of Mul Singh and Colonel(retd.) Chanan Singh Dhillon watching movies.
First movie displayed was, siphahi Mul Singh di half moon file. It is a saga which remained silent for a long period of a century. It is a story of soldier, a Punjabi villager of malwa region, a war prisoner in
The most awaited documentary Bhagat Singh, produced-directed by Navalpreet Rangi was the soul of the festival. In this documentary Rangi has not only revisited the life history of young martyr, he also has tried to shake our traditional approach of considering Bhagat Singh as a terrorist and portrayed him as an intellectual revolutionary. Nephew of Bhagat Singh Prof. Jagmohan Singh said in his address to audience that Bhagat Singh was of the opinion that we should possess the power of rationalism. To acquire this weapon, we have to read literature and analyze circumstances with broader approach.
Despite of many mismanagements, back outs and the terror of swine flu the important phase of film festival was successfully concluded.
Sufi music with young flavor, Day two, 7 pm
As the sun was setting down, the urge for Sufi music was growing. Around 7 pm, every chair inside the English Auditorium was occupied. Sufi singer from
Standing Lovers of Sufi Music
Many spectators were even standing. Youngsters were enjoying their own style of Sufi music. Now the wrinkles of tension were transformed into sprinkles of joy on the face of Rangi. Finally, every one way going back home with smiling faces.
Third and Final Day, 20th November, 10 AM
Though, a smaller auditorium was approved for the final day. Was it because of changed venues or less interest of youngsters? The small hall was now looking big as most of the chairs were unoccupied. In the beginning of final day two documentaries, screened on first day, were screened again. After that, documentary about drug addiction was screened. By this film, celebrities of Punjab appealed youngsters to get out from the net of drugs, because it is poisoning the roots of