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Kaur B trolled by Chamkila

Written By Just Punjabi on Thursday, October 16, 2014 | 1:49 PM

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Kaur B | Kaurism | Trolled

Winner | Brit Asia Music Awards 2014

Written By Just Punjabi on Monday, October 6, 2014 | 4:27 PM


Best Newcomer
Bloodline

Best International Act
Diljit Dosanjh

Best ‘Non-Asian Music’ Producer
Mumzy Stranger

Best Music Video
Daddy Da Cash by RDB feat. T Pain

Best Male Act
Jazzy B

Best Female Act
Kanika Kapoor

Best Band
The Legends Band

Best Urban Asian Act
Raxstar

Best Single
Zulfa by Jaz Dhami

Best Album
12B by B21

Best ‘Asian Music’ Producer
Partners in Rhyme
Best Newcomer
Bloodline

Best International Act
Diljit Dosanjh

Best ‘Non-Asian Music’ Producer
Mumzy Stranger

Best Music Video
Daddy Da Cash by RDB feat. T Pain

Best Male Act
Jazzy B

Best Female Act
Kanika Kapoor

Best Band
The Legends Band


Best Club DJ
AJD

Best Urban Single
Swag Mera Desi by Manj Musik & Raftaar

Best Songwriter
Satinder Sartaaj

Lifetime Achievement Award
Apache Indian

Video | Geeta Zaildar | Putt Jante | Full Song

Written By Just Punjabi on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 | 2:26 PM




This is heart wrenching. This is nostalgic. This is what makes us split into tears. This is simple yet takes us to higher level of emotions. Punjabi Music needs this kind of songs more often. Geeta Zaildar's new churning Putt Jante is the song which will be remembered for long. It gives us that nostalgic feeling which we felt in Maa De Hatha Diyan Pakkiyan Rotiya by Malkit Singh. Video is shot with the apt emotions while voice and rendintion by Geeta elevates the emotions. Lyricist Sheron Walla Matt has captured the nerves of Punjabi youth as well as generations of Punjabis living abroad. Have a look below at the full video of Putt Jante by Geeta Zaildar released on Music Label T-Series.






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Video | Yoddha - The Warrior | Trailer



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Punjabi Film Yodha The Warrior Featuring Kuldinder Sidhu of Sadda Haq Fame
Yodha is an Punjabi film inspired from the true events happened around the Indo-Pak border area of touching Amritsar and Tarantarn disctrics of Punjab.This is second Punjabi film of Kuljinder Singh Sidhu after controversial hit Sadda Haq. in which he ones again palce a baptised daring sikh guy. The new eye candy twist in this film is his six pack abs and captivating body. First look theaterical trailor gives the much idea of the story. Bollywood actor Rahul Dev is playing a drug paddler and goon of a politician. Film Yodha talks about the political-drug dealer nexus, chaotic situation of law and order in Punjab and variosu other issues surrounding youth of Punjab. Kuljinder Singh Sidhu plays a strong role, while Rahul Dev looks like an equal antagonist. Film is written by renowned lyricist turned short film maker Amardeep Singh Gill along with Sidhu himself. Film is produced by home production house OLX of Kuldinder Singh Sidhu.






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Video | Dil Naheen Lagda | Manmohan Waris |



Manhoman Waris, Kamal Heer, Sangtar | Album Poster | Unity
Manhoman Waris, Kamal Heer, Sangtar | Album Poster | Unity

Dil Naheen Lagda is a new romantic nostalgic song from the album Unity released on the music label Plasama Records earlier this year. First song released from the album was Dil Di Rani sung by Kamal Heer in February 2014. Now full music video is released of the second song by Manmohan Waris. Video describes the heart wrenching story of a young man living away in foreign land who is disturbed due to his inability to talk to his beloved. He calls his friend and asks him to help him to talk to his beloved. Music is composed by none other then Sangtaar. Video is directer by Sandeep Sharma and Manvir Badyal. Enjoy the song below.






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Rabbi Shegill on Mars Mission | A serious talk

Written By Just Punjabi on Thursday, September 25, 2014 | 3:33 PM



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Rabbi Shergill
Lurking beneath the surface of all explorations is an unmistakable lust for resources, control. History of our civilisation/s bears it out. Right from Sumer to the present-day pan-Americana, the same theme plays out again and again. It was Europe's conquests abroad that launched its industrialisation, the first of our globe. And it was Indian resources that fueled Britain's glorious, unchallenged pre-eminence on the world stage for almost 2 centuries.



But the wounds she received are still fresh. And she's reflected for over seventy years and can't, like an innocent bullied kid in the school yard, see her innocence survive the ruthless frame within which she finds herself. So, she must lapse into an ancient defense mechanism, an eternal vicious cycle: the bullied must turn a bully. The history of all Western seafaring and now space-faring is about conquest, control. The Orientals at least had a notion of enhancing consciousness in their travel. Ni such dainty niceties for the West though.



It now gathers power to not just annihilate its perceived enemies but control them in the scariest psychological ways imaginable, one look at the weapons in development will tell you that. It does that through its control of global finance and weapons tech. Both require material. Now that we've already squeezed out Earth, what else is there? 'Why, of course, there's that red rock over there, all we got to do is scope it out, swat away any pesky locals and carve it out amongst us. What we take from here's going to decide who's the controller and who the controlled.'



Space exploration, clearly is the only way to save a top-down, cannibalistic, global civilisation. Unless a global spiritual turnaround happens, how can India unilaterally practice benignity? In a terrible twisting if its very being, its been forced to choose a painful forsaking of its ancient spiritual ways and imitate the empty intellectual ways of the current conquerors. Eat or be eaten. The choices are cruel and India's made its. It hopes, it can live to love another day--when the world's ready for it. Mars! I'm sorry.




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Jyoti Nooran's Love, Marriage and Controversy

Written By Just Punjabi on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 | 3:14 PM


Jyoti Nooran's, one among the famous singing sisters duo known as Nooran Sisters, affair has taken a twist when Jyoti and along with her newly wed husband Kunal Passi appeared in the Punjab and Harayana High Court at Chandigarh seeking protection from her parents and her elder sister Sultana Nooran. Jyoti was spotted wearing choora in her arms and Kunal was having an unkempt grown up beard. In the court of Honourable Justice TPS Maan, Jyoti Nooran urged for her protection because she has married a guy of her choice. 



According to Jyoti her parents and sister are against this relationship and they wanted her to marry a guy of their choice. She, through her counsel, alleged that her parents are greedy and cunning. They want to marry her to a guy whom she does not seem fit for her. She told the court that she is in love with Kunal for two years and she tried hard to convince her parents for this marriage. But when she smelled danger to her life, she decided to get married with Kunal against her parents wish immediately. Therefore she willingly went thru a marriage ceremony according to Hindu rituals in a temple and started living with Kunal. Court ordered to give them shelter in protection home situated in sector 19 of Chandigarh. Court also ordered Jyoti Nooran to prove her age.  The case has now been fixed for August 21 for further hearing.

Jyoti Nooran | Nooran Sisters
Jyoti Nooran | Nooran Sisters



On the other hand, Jyoti's parents presented her matriculation certificate in front of the court claiming that she is still minor and has not attained the legal age of marriage. Jyoti's counsel defended with the argument that above certificate was forged by her parents on the behest of a promoter for a foreign trip because her mother wanted to accompany her in this foreign tour. This forged certificate was prepared to accompany her as care taker of her 'minor' daughter. According to above certificate Jyoti's birth date is 24 February 1998 while Jyoti claimed that she has attained the legal age of marriage because her real date of birth is 24 February 1994 and her husband was born in 1988. Further she appealed the court that she is ready to go through any scientific test which can testify her maturity. Court has given her the permission to go through Ossification Test which establishes the age based on the growth pattern of bones and teeth. Earlier Jyoti and Kunal approached Police Commissioner of Jalandhar to provide them protection.



During the hearing in the court Jyoti and her parents had a heated argument and court stopped the proceeding of their case keeping it pending for the day. Later in the second round of hearing court ordered the protection for the couple.

The Love Affair
According to a news report based on a close associate of Kunal Passi who is the resident of Phillaur town in district Jalandhar, where his father runs a sweet shop. His young brother lives in Canada. Kunal has passed 10+2 and right now he is doing nothing to earn his livelihood. He used to visit religious places where Jyoti along with her sister Sulatana usually performs sufi renditions. Two years ago they met at a religious place and came closer to each other. Jyoti recently returned from her Canada tour and disappeared with Kunal. This close associate further told the news reporter that Kunal and Jyoti willingly tied the knot and they are duly wed. Both might reach Phillaur sooner or later to live at Kunal's house. Right now this house is locked and Kunal's family is not seen there.

In another news report Jyoti Nooran's husband Kunal Passi in a telephonic conversation told to a reporter that his parents are agreed with this marriage and Jyoti Nooran will live with him in his house situated in Phillaur town. But Jyoti Nooran's parents are strictly against this marriage therefore the couple filed an appeal in the High court for protection of their life.

Future
What will be the future of musical career of this gifted sisters duo, who has recently touched the pinnacle of their career with their super hit Bollywood song Pataka Guddi composed and musically directed by Oscar Award winner music director AR Rehman featured in critically acclaimed hindi film Highway. This song was performed on screen by leading pair of highway Randeep Hooda and Alia Bhatt. Song clicked immediately after its release and became chart-buster in no time. Confident about the success of this song AR Rehman himself sang the another version of same song which was used as a promotional song. Nooran Sisters got their first fame for their tung tung performance in MTV Sound Tripping. From there Nooran Sisters' career took a big leap and they were again featured in MTV Coke studio where they performed their sufi song allah ho. Duo has recorded two more songs with AR Rehman and were expected to sing two more songs. Recently they had a spellbound live concerts in Canada and most of the dates were full in their professional calender before Jyoti's love marriage controversy. What turn their musical career will take? Will Jyoti Nooran and Sultana Nooran will be performing together in future? Will Sultana remain on the side of her parents and leave Jyoti on her own fate? Will both have promising career individually if they had a thought to split? Answers for these and many other questions are in womb of time. let's wait and watch.

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