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PTC's Voice Of Punjab Season 4 goes Global

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Its back, it's bigger and it's taking over - Voice of Punjab is going global and coming to the UK! - Supported by SimplyBhangra.com!

Star Struck Entertainment in association wth PTC Punjabi release the London UK audition dates for Voice of Punjab’ 4th season

VOICE OF PUNJAB 4

London UK Auditions

Dates: 14TH & 15TH JULY

Times: 12PM TO 3PM

Venue: Haveli Restaurant & Banqueting

93 Stoke Poges Lane Slough Berks SL1 3NJ

Voice of Punjab (VOP) is a talent show that promotes Punjabi singers. They say in Punjab every second born is a singer. Blessed with amazing voices, many talented Punjabi singers aspire to reach the pinnacle of vocal recognition. PTC Punjab has been a great platform for singers in Punjab to showcase their talent and their ability to sing. This lifetime opportunity can change the life of one winner, whose voice truly deserves to be heard by people all around the globe.

The best of the Punjabi Music Industry, judges these contestants and hones their aptitude towards mainstream career making in singing. The Voice of Punjab talent Hunt is a high decibel exercise and invites entries from all over the world; Punjab, London UK and Canada. with centralized auditions in:

CITIES OF: PATHANKOT, AMRITSAR, JALANDHAR, LUDHIANA, FARIDKOT, BHATINDA,

PATIALA, CHANDIGARH OVERSEAS - Canada - Toronto & Vancouver UK – London

This contest has created a special stir in the entertainment world along with the massive support of all leading, music industry representatives, celebrities and Punjabi artists including: Harbhajan Mann, Gurdas Maan, Nachhatar Gill, Master Saleem etc

Star Struck Entertainment & PTC Punjab have now made this unique platform available to aspiring Punjabi’s all over London UK to compete in and show their golden voices to the entire world. This search is to uncover the hidden talent for the first time ever! Could the UK hold the Next RDB?..Malkit Singh?..Gurdas Maan?...Ms Pooja?


“These contestants will be mentored, groomed and in many ways, prepared for a lifetime of challenges as they surge ahead on their Musical Journey. Their journey will be encapsulated across Reality Show Episodes on PTC Punjabi. Renowned Bollywood Singer Saleem and Music Director Sachin Ahuja are the judges for the Studio episodes.", said Rajiee M Shinde, COO - PTC Network.

PTC Punjab is the leading Punjabi Entertainment, Punjabi News & Punjabi Music Channel; being free to air on sky 822. The channel is committed to the overall objective of being relevant to Punjabi viewers through various programming initiatives

Star Struck Entertainment (WWW.STARSTRUCKFILMTV.COM), are industry leaders in providing programming, TV entertainment & Live concert’s. Having previously worked with Harbhajan Mann, Adnan Sami, Malkit Singh & Amitabh Bachan, Star Struck in association with PTC Punjab are proud to bring the Voice of Punjab auditions to the UK.

Auditions are open to people from the age group of 18 to 30. People of all standards, trained vocalists, bathroom singers, amateur or professionals; are invited to participate and showcase their talents.

They should meet the eligibility criteria before signing up for the registration, or they may find themselves being disqualified. Participants are required to bring a valid UK Identification (passport/driving license).

The winner of this competition will get a brand new car, a chance to record an album with a reputable music label, along with an opportunity to sing for a Punjabi feature film produced by PTC MOTION PICTURES.

For more information, visit the website, www.voiceofpunjab.co.in or http://www.voiceofpunjab.co.in/

For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The search for the next Punjabi Singing Sensation goes global!


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Realist,
+2 #13 Realist, 2013-07-11 16:22
Jazz Sahota appeals to nobody except her family and friends; who arent real friends because if they were, they would tell her that her songs are generic, she needs proper vocal coaching and pronunciation lessons and that she needs to lose weight as its not good for her health to be overweight...an d if she thinks that people should concentrate on her music and not how she looks she needs to make her music so good that nobody cares (like sudesh kumari has done); if you cant take criticism dont release music to the public keep it in your own little circle!
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singh95
0 #12 singh95 2013-07-11 13:29
Quoting Raji Gill:
Ps. and a big Ps at that, why are the simplybhangra team not allowing further comments to be posted on her track page...as before they were allowed, and there was truth in them comments...mhhhhh, I thought we were in the Uk and not inIndia #censorship...

I heard the jazz sahota, her vocals sound so terrible nothing personal.

Though the production by K singh is on point, looking like a good and upcoming producer.
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Realist,
+9 #11 Realist, 2013-07-06 18:28
Tru Skools definately a great producer and deserves to be respected...but from day 1 hes been up his own arse (his fan boys dont help)...we know hes good but he needs to understand that not everyone will like what he produces regardless of how long he takes on it!
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Ranjit Singh,
+2 #10 Ranjit Singh, 2013-07-06 17:19
Someone could not handle the truth lol

Lets be honest if one does use that loop, many producers, like Kanye West, started out ghost producing. They just do the beat and are not there for the actual recording sessions. Thats a way into the industry. They get no credit but have no options at that point in their career. After a bit the talent always shines through. Plus the connections you make by just being around that mega producer you are working for are invaluable and will jump start your career.

I would bet my life that this is done in all genres of music and has been for years.

So let it be and lets enjoy the music, cos they sure don't care ')
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chinajatt
+1 #9 chinajatt 2013-07-06 12:15
Quoting Primary School:
Quoting PallyG:
talking about comments.. what hap[censored]ed to the tru skool - kharrak page??

its not even on the site..and then the comments were disabled for a day and then they came back?? what hap[censored]ed there...


looks like simplybhangra got censored!!

lets discuss kharrak here instead!!

heres the sample thats been STOLEN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G03xA3SMKo

does any1 kno how i can report this to the bpi for copyright infringement??

looks like tru skool sampled a little bit not the whole actual song s whats the problem
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Primary School
+1 #8 Primary School 2013-07-06 12:03
Quoting PallyG:
talking about comments.. what hap[censored]ed to the tru skool - kharrak page??

its not even on the site..and then the comments were disabled for a day and then they came back?? what hap[censored]ed there...


looks like simplybhangra got censored!!

lets discuss kharrak here instead!!

heres the sample thats been STOLEN

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G03xA3SMKo

does any1 kno how i can report this to the bpi for copyright infringement??
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Raji Gill
0 #7 Raji Gill 2013-07-05 16:27
I can understand about peeps saying negative things about her weight probably led to the comments section being withdrawn for others to view or comment on... Comments should be made on the vocals (or a lack off in this case)of an artist and the music accompanying it too..For me its all about the vocals and music,and not necessarily the look or the weight of an "artist"..
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PallyG
+7 #6 PallyG 2013-07-05 10:39
talking about comments.. what hap[censored]ed to the tru skool - kharrak page??

its not even on the site..and then the comments were disabled for a day and then they came back?? what hap[censored]ed there...
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Realist,
+1 #5 Realist, 2013-07-05 09:24
Quoting chinajatt:
Quoting Raji Gill:
Ps. and a big Ps at that, why are the simplybhangra team not allowing further comments to be posted on her track page...as before they were allowed, and there was truth in them comments...mhhhhh, I thought we were in the Uk and not inIndia #censorship...

thats what i was thinking she cant take negetive comments in that case she should not put a product to the public


Thats true-she was being criticised for her lack of vocals, but at the same time there was a lot of 'bullying' about her size...im guessing thats one of the reasons why you cant comment on her videos...but as you said, if you choose to put yourself infront of people be aware that people will say things about you-be they good or bad!
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Ranjit Singh.
+2 #4 Ranjit Singh. 2013-07-05 06:11
Quoting Raji Gill:
Ps. and a big Ps at that, why are the simplybhangra team not allowing further comments to be posted on her track page...as before they were allowed, and there was truth in them comments...mhhhhh, I thought we were in the Uk and not inIndia #censorship...


Simple the [censored] industry can not handle any negative comments hence so many youtube videos everything is disabled! One is never 100% prefect and should read and intergrate with the audience.
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chinajatt
+2 #3 chinajatt 2013-07-04 23:47
Quoting Raji Gill:
Ps. and a big Ps at that, why are the simplybhangra team not allowing further comments to be posted on her track page...as before they were allowed, and there was truth in them comments...mhhhhh, I thought we were in the Uk and not inIndia #censorship...

thats what i was thinking she cant take negetive comments in that case she should not put a product to the public
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Raji Gill
+1 #2 Raji Gill 2013-07-04 23:44
Ps. and a big Ps at that, why are the simplybhangra team not allowing further comments to be posted on her track page...as before they were allowed, and there was truth in them comments...mhhh hh, I thought we were in the Uk and not inIndia #censorship...
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