The Ghuman Productions

ROSE ; a short film

Two fictional narrative stories depicting an illustration of mental health

Please, for anyone going through any sort of mental health related issues, please consult a qualified healthcare professional and seek help. 


Written and Directed by: Simrat Ghuman
Cast: Cathleen Naddaf and Che Gibson



I tumbled across this article on Facebook. One of my colleagues has posted it and I decided to share it on here to spread some truth about mentally strong people.


– Ghuman



Today for our Victoria Day long weekend, I took my two and a half year old baby cousin to Downtown Toronto with me.

We walked on the Humber Bay Arch Bridge, and came across the Love Locks everyone does in Paris, France. However, us Torontonian’s have created our own version here.

Love locks: A love lock or love padlock is a padlock which sweethearts lock to a bridge, fence, gate, or similar public fixture to symbolize their love.Typically the sweethearts’ names or initials are inscribed on the padlock, and its key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love.

Spread some love, not for this week, not for this month, but forever.

Spreading love even at an arms length can go a mile away.

Everyone needs a little bit of loving, everyone needs to know the feel of being loved.

So go on, lock some love and attach it to a bridge!

Love. Nothing heals better!





Hey everyone!

Today is going to be a little bit different.

A group of my close friends and I have recruited together to be apart of an amazing cause with an amazing organization: Canadian Mental Health Association.

Being an active member, we have created a group to join in with the CMHA Ride don’t Hide 100km bike event!

On June 21, 2015, thousands of cyclists will come together to celebrate and strengthen mental health for all Canadians while raising $1,000,000 for mental health programs and services.

We have just registered the group, so please, during the process of getting it all together, donate for a great cause!

Please visit the page below and donate and if you’d like, join our team as well!
Let’s fight mental health one pedal at a time, and cheer for Woes on Wheels! Thank you Xox!

– Ghuman



“I’m trying so hard to fight this feeling.
I’m trying extremely hard to convince myself that I will be okay in the next 5 minutes to forever.
I tell myself that one day I will start my day off and it will turn out to be good.
I tell myself that one day this dim light will start to flicker brighter.
I tell myself that one day I will be madly in love with someone who will be equally if not more in love with me.
I tell myself that one day someone will fight for me so I don’t feel so alone.
I tell myself that one day someone will take bullets for me so I’m not always wounded.
I tell myself that one day someone will stand tall with me so I don’t always feel so small.
I tell myself that one day I will finally be out of this darkness.
I tell myself that one day this rocky path will start to pave out to a smooth one…
Into another world
Where I am in happiness.
Where I am in love.
Where I am safe.
One day, I will tell myself all this, and believe it.
Until then, I will keep fighting with myself”