The World's Biggest Bhangra Competition

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2011

By on Dec 15, 2014 in story |

Bringing the show to its biggest and most prestigious venue yet, at HMV Hammersmith Apollo, 10 teams battled it out for the ultimate prize. A sell out 3300+ seated crowed saw the teams raise the bar on the standard of Bhangra even further. The top 3 couldn’t have ranked much closer in terms of points, and here’s how they ranked: Birmingham Imperial College Brunel The fourth instalment of The Bhangra Showdown had plenty of surprises with an electrifying opening from Paragon Dhol Academy, surprise performances from Foji Gill and Shin DCS as well as a live P.A. from Angrej...

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2010

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Yet another sell-out crowd attended the most highly contested competition to date at the world renowned London Palladium. King’s College returned in a bid to reclaim their 2007 title. There were only a few points separating the top 3 places, and here’s how the top 3 ranked: Imperial College Queen Mary and Barts Brunel Guest performances from included the Bhangra Legend Sukshinder Shinda with a surprise appearance from the Grewals, stars of the hit Channel 4 show: The...

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2009

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The second launch of The Bhangra Showdown was met with unprecedented support with a second successive sell out at Sadler’s Wells. With a mere few points separating first and second place, here’s how the top 3 ranked: Queen Mary and Barts Imperial College Birmingham University Guest performances included Lehmber Hussainpuri and H-Dhami alongside lively host Kulvinder...

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2007

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In its inaugural show held in 2007, The Bhangra Showdown attracted supporters in huge numbers at the Indig02. Here’s how the top 3 ranked: King’s College Brunel Imperial College The show was hosted by Goodness Gracious Me’s Kulvinder Ghir and displayed internationally renowned record-label Bhangra artists Malkit Singh and Juggy D. As anticipated it was met with unparalleled support for its cause in aiding charities and increasing cultural awareness across the...

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