The film school organizes street plays. Jaspal Bhatti established a club, 'Nonsense Club' with the intention of gaining attention to the social evils by means of street plays. The film school organizes street plays including:
- Black Marketing
- Heavy School Bags
- Bride Grooms on Sale
The play focuses on black cinema ticket. In those days, black marketing of cinema ticket was a very common practice. Nonsense Club has found a special counter to practice selling the tickets in black.
Heavy School Bags
The play lays emphasis on the fact that school children carry heavy school bags on their shoulders. The heavy bags indicate the overburdening of school children. In the similar way, problems of dowry deaths, misuse of telephone, sycophancy, environment and many other social evils are shown through the club's activities.
Bridge Grooms on Sale
The play mocks at the evil system of dowry in our country. The Nonsense Club organizes a sale in women's college where bridegrooms have price tags attached to them.
The aim of the play is to make people aware of adulterated food. The members of Nonsense Club opened a stall of contaminated food to draw attention to the menace caused by adultered food.
Jaspal Bhatti got into the charming field of feature films in 1996. Bhatti launched new Punjabi feature film, 'Mahaul Theek Hai' in Chandigarh in December 1996. Bhatti delivered his exceptional performance in the film. Bhatti focuses upon the bureaucratic function of the Indian police. The film was released in 1998, and has received various critic acclamations. The actors in the film include:
- Vivek Bhatti
- Jaspal Bhatti
- Asha Sharma
- Raj Babbar
- Diljit Kaur
- Savita Bhatti
- Kulbhushan Kharbanda
- Rana Jung Bahadur
The film contributed a lot to the renaissance of Punjabi cinema. Apart from Punjabi films, Bhatti also started working in various Hindi feature films. Bhatti is a versatile actor who played different roles perfectly. Specially, he is suitable for Punjabi roles. He is one of the best Indian actors. Bhatti worked with many leading actors such as Salman Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Jakie Shroff, Govinda, Urmila, Manisha and others. He worked with well-known brands for instance RK Banner. Some of the Bhatti's films include:
- Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye: played Ram Saran Dubey
- Kuch Naa Kaho: played Monty Ahluwalia
- Kartoos: played Mini's uncle
- Fanaa: played an inspector Jolly Good Singh
- Tujhe Meri Kasam: played Sardarji
- Jaanam Samjha Karo: played Ishwar Singh
- Yeh Hai Jalwa: played Buta Singh
- Koi Mere Dil Se Poochhe: played Naraaz Shankar
- Shakthi: The Power: played Nandini's uncle
- Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai: played Balwinder
- Khauff: played Hawa Singh
- Mahaul Theek Hai