"GAWACHI PAGG" is an epic emotional drama of a young Sikh boy whose turban gets lost before the Indian army is to launch Operation Blue Star against Sikh radicals hiding inside the Golden Temple Complex, located around Golden Temple. Manga Singh the young Sikh lad loses his honor as he loses his turban while struggling his way out of the waves of crowded and scared Sikhs vacating the complex. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag fame Japtej Singh who played the role of young Milkha Singh is the one playing Manga in this movie. The film is inspired by a story written by well-known novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal. Ace actor Ashish Duggal has fabulously played the role of Inspector Dilawar Singh who tries to stop the boy on every front from getting into the complex as the curfew is announced, but the youngster does not seem to step back. So, there are orders to eliminate Manga in a police encounter which is given by senior police officer SP Vijay Sharma at last, this 34-minutes movie is high on emotions, as Pagg is counted as the ultimate honor of a Sikh's personality. Japtej Singh told Gabruu.com that his parents had many times told him about those dark days of Operation Blue Star and how Sikhs survived at that time. He said "I was approached by Navtej sir, director of the film, for this movie and he instructed me very well on every aspect while shooting the film. Therefore it was a great experience while working with him." "I am really excited about Gawachi Pagg as it is selected for screening at Cannes film festival." When asked about what were his future plans Japtej said " I have just started my course work in +2, it will be only after my graduation I will think of taking acting as a full-time career and work in Pollywood and Bollywood. Until then I will go for short acting projects", he also said "right now I am going to do a Hindi film (Bollywood), once the cast is final you will get to know about it" GAWACHI PAGG is Goraya Productions’ first short Punjabi film, produced by Dharam Singh Goraya it is directed by Navtej Sandhu and has been officially selected for the prestigious “70th Cannes Film Festival.” The film festival is to be held in France from 17-28 May 2017. The movie will be screened in the “Short Film Corner” category.