Started in a small town called Smethwick in Birmingham. Between 1964 and 1965, the Bhujhangy™ Jhata called then, joined a Punjabi school at their local Sikh temple (Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick). There, they met a music teacher Mr Darshan Singh Bhogal, Read More…
Includes receiving an award from the House of Commons in 2009 for ‘Contribution to Bhangra music in The UK’ and ‘Lifetime achievement award’ at the Brit Asia Awards 2011. Explore Balbir’s extraordinary journey of over 50 years in the UK Bhangra Industry.
2015 – ‘Special Contribution Award’ from UK Bhangra Awards.
2011 – ‘Lifetime achievement’ award from Brit Asia TV in 2011.
2010 – ‘Lifetime achievement’ award from the House of Commons for serving the community in the last 40 years
2006 – ‘Community Service’ award by the Jamla Jatt mela committee.