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As usual, can't miss an opportunity to make a jaloos out of themselves........ I think this (seemingly inherent and deeply rooted?) pendu exhibitionism might play a part in why certain apneean go all out to bring attention to themselves and end up attracting predators.   What do you think? 

 

Performers dance to the music of Panjabi MC during the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in Birmingham this evening

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11092887/Commonwealth-Games-closing-ceremony-showcases-Birmingham-talent-Judas-Priest-Peaky-Blinders.html

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no criticism on black or white people performing but lets crucify punjab culture.No fun is allowed.Birmingham put the pop in bhangra adding the western beats during the 70s.The reason for punjabi dancers.Canadian Punjabi gangs are only tough enough to fight punjabi people.uk punjabi people have more unity than canadians or indian punjabis.They have had trouble from other communities during the last 50 years.The new enermy will be the indian/rss gangs as indian students are increasing in large number.

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Let's contextualise the OP a bit more. 

B'ham, from what I can gather, has been the very epicentre and fountainhead of what we all now know as grooming gangs. All the way from the 'panthers' in the 80s.  It's where very recently, we all know a policeman arrested a brother on dubious charges and then forcibly removed and stamped on his patka.    

 

And this is how our lot posture over there after all of this........

Did no-one tell the dholis that shell-suits went out of vogue decades ago? 

Performers dance to the music of Panjabi MC during the Commonwealth Games closing ceremony in Birmingham this evening

And don't anyone ever say to me that apnay blokes aren't the ones putting our own womenfolk on stages to entertain people. That might fly in western culture, but you should all know how other certain communities, that have historically/geographically been closer to us, will interpret that!  And let's face the truth square on, it's a particular caste's culture being exhibited here. 

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4 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

Old bhangra was pretty badass and simple. This modern bs needs to go man. 

Don't know about that. Even the old stuff looks naff to me:

 

https://bhangrateamsforum.com/a/threads/a-visual-history-of-bhangra.20023/page-2

Then, whilst apnay and apneean are doing this vacuous stuff what other stuff that would actually genuinely help to develop them (and by virtue of connection, the panth) are they missing out on?

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