The Ramgarhia Youth Association had another chance to bring together the young blood for a movie night and raise funds for their charitable projects. This was Friday 16th November at the Fox Cineplex Sarit Centre for the movie “Son of Sardaar”. The film has been facing flak from public that it is another joke and chance to poke fun at the Sikhs, the religion and their way of life. However there were no such insinuations or intentions and the RYA team adorned the Indian Sikh style of turbans in support of the film. There were refreshments that included Punjabi food to blend in the mood. RYA Chairman, Sunny Sihra was grateful to the support from the community.
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