Jaskanwal stopped wearing his turban after being bullied

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Jaskanwal Singh lives in Toronto, and got badly bullied at school for his turban. To stop the bullying and become more popular he decided to stop wearing a turban. He also felt girls would find him more attractive if he cut his hair. For 19 years he didn’t wear a turban and while he became more popular he also started binge drinking and felt unfulfilled.

Last year he stopped drinking and decided to wear a turban again. He now helps young Sikhs who get bullied at school for their turbans.

Producer: Ammar Ebrahim

Camera: Orla McNelis

Series Producer: Anisa Subedar

Commissioning Editor: Kimberley Rowell

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