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9 hours ago, dharamyudh said:

I only really like the Jhoomer tbh, 

You sound like an expert, I don't even know what that is.

Plus bro, if you've grown up in the UK, you'd know that whatever its origins, bhangra has now pretty much become synonymous with being plastered at the same time.   

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4 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

You sound like an expert, I don't even know what that is.

Plus bro, if you've grown up in the UK, you'd know that whatever its origins, bhangra has now pretty much become synonymous with being plastered at the same time.   

Oh I ain't an expert veereh, I don't have a dancing bone in my body ?. I just heard that was the OG way of dancing before all this other stuff got popularized. 

100% agreed. I gotta send you this video we had in Canada. There was a city parade and the gurdwara brought out the nagar kirtan float. You wanna know what came right behind that float? Bunch of guys just doing bhangra. It was so bad that I had people of different backgrounds asking me <banned word filter activated> is going on. 

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28 minutes ago, dharamyudh said:

Oh I ain't an expert veereh, I don't have a dancing bone in my body ?. I just heard that was the OG way of dancing before all this other stuff got popularized. 

100% agreed. I gotta send you this video we had in Canada. There was a city parade and the gurdwara brought out the nagar kirtan float. You wanna know what came right behind that float? Bunch of guys just doing bhangra. It was so bad that I had people of different backgrounds asking me <banned word filter activated> is going on. 

Please, please, please don't. Spare me, or I'll need antidepressants or something. 

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Look I'm not saying don't do bhangra and giddah, but just do it at home, or in a secure, community only environment. Stop the public jaloose. Especially with females. 

Back in the day there used to be a name for females who dance for people's entertainment. You all know what I mean! And the blokes can stop clowning themselves too.  Have some self-respect and dignity! 

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3 minutes ago, Jai Tegang! said:

This public jaloose with bhangra is out of control here in Canada, especially with the newly landed. The goray are quietly having a laugh while the freshies think they are being appreciated. Even the new gen born and raised here are joining in thinking it's some type of cultural rite of passage to put on a public monkey show. This $ht show is getting pushed into every public engagement involving us, similar to how the Indigenous are expected to prance around in feathers and beat drums when politicians are "reconciling" or handing over funds.

Our elders tried hard to keep this bhangra giddha in its subdued and rightful tiny corner, not bring it center-stage. We all need to try our level best to ridicule and degrade it to an acceptable level where it's not making us look like colourful baandars in front of other communities. 

yup you see them driving in cars blasting loud Punjabi music and thinking they look cool as they used to do it back home in Punjab. I don't understand why our people partake in such low iq behaviour?

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@dallysingh101

Red flags here, with the location...

https://www.asianimage.co.uk/news/20603258.khushi-new-festival-celebrates-asian-art-culture-food/

Khushi: New festival celebrates Asian art, culture and food

5th August
 
 
Khushi: New festival celebrates Asian art, culture and food
 
A new festival is due to take place dedicated to the art and creative projects celebrating Oldham’s South Asian communities.

Oldham Coliseum Theatre in partnership with Manchester Museum and the Women’s Chai Project will host Khushi, which features performances, exhibitions, workshops and community conversations.

The festival will run at the Coliseum, Oldham Library and Lifelong Learning Centre and Oldham’s Parliament Square on Wednesday 24, Thursday 25 and Saturday 27 August 2022.

 

 

 
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15 hours ago, proudkaur21 said:

yup you see them driving in cars blasting loud Punjabi music and thinking they look cool as they used to do it back home in Punjab. I don't understand why our people partake in such low iq behaviour?

I honestly think it might be highly genetic.  Plus this peasant c**t is largely responsible too:

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If that women next to him is who I think it is, she used to be hardcore on the Sikh identity thing when younger - look at her now................. 

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