this newsletter explores the popular representation of masculinity in Punjabi cinema and how it has changed over the last 3 many years because the Punjabi film enterprise has long past from being locally based to more and more transnational. I study how inside Punjabi movies, caste and sophistication hierarchies perform as mechanisms for Punjabi Movies visibly marking the cinematic representations of hegemonic masculinity. The heroes of Punjabi movies often belong to the landowning ‘Jat’ caste. The performance in their masculinity is typified with the aid of their capability to transport between exceptional rural, urban and transnational areas. This ability to correctly navigate the unfamiliar terrains of the arena out of doors their villages serves as a rite of passage to becoming a man, a testomony to their masculine affirmation. the construction of the cell gendered frame of the Punjabi hero inside Punjabi cinema represents a privileged site upon which Punjabi cultural identification is articulated both in India and in the Punjabi diaspora.