The Anokhi List 2014
The Anokhi list is a much-anticipated annual list of noteworthy South Asians who are destined to be recognized for their regional, national and international contributions.
The news entertainment website punjab2000.com recently published an article about Agam, talking about her career and accomplishments so far.
Lisa Steinberg, of Starry Constellation Magazine, had the opportunity to interview Agam about her role as Khali on Played and what it was like to work with the rest of the cast
Played – the Huffingtonpost
Ever since "Flashpoint" ended its successful run, there's been a noticeable void in Canadian police dramas. CTV is hoping to fill that gap with "Played".
Fade Out – bravoFACT
On the night of what should be her triumphant comeback premiere, an aging starlet struggling with self-doubt finds the line between fantasy and reality blurring.
Agam Darshi and Patricia Isaac cofounded VISAFF: The Vancouver International South Asian Film festival 4 years ago. The festival will be back this year.
Vancity Buzz Felix Kay interviewed Agam about her new show, what it was like directing her first film, what she likes to do on her spare time, and more.
WeVancouver – Fade Out
Sabrina Furminger met Sandy Sidhu and Crystal Lowe to talk about Vancouver's film industry as well as "Fade Out", the movie Agam wrote and directed this year.
“Played” premieres Oct. 3
Thursday night gets a dose of suspense this fall with the premiere of CTV’s compelling new original undercover cop drama “Played"."Played" premieres Oct. 3.