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The Bhangra Wrap

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"An energetic documentary about a vibrant South Asian youth subculture that fuses hip-hop, rap, and Bhangra music. Based in Toronto and New York, Bhangra is a mix of old and new, and is symbolic of universal cultural transformation for new generations."--Container.
VHS
1995
Ivy (By Request)
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Gimme Somethin' to Dance to!: What Is Bhangra?

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Documents the rising popularity of bhangramusic, originally from the Punjab and popularized in England, principally by Bally Sagoo, with the addition of Western instrumentation, rap and techno beats, and special effects. Popular over American radio stations, bhangramusic brings together ethnic groups within the expatriate Indian community. Featured are interviews with various radio DJ's.
VHS
1995
Clemons (Stacks)
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Maachis: Mācisa

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The film is set against the backdrop of the Bluestar Operation and the assassination of Indira Gandhi. Maachis is the tale of a wronged Punjabi youth who joins a league of terrorists to avenge the injustices of a corrupt political set up and police brutalities.
DVD
2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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Singh Is Kinng: Siṃha Iza Kiṅga

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Lakhan Singh, aka Lucky, is the 'kinng' of the Australian underworld. In a small village in Punjab, where Lucky was born, there exists someone more notorious than him: Happy Singh. The village sends Happy Singh out of town for awhile while they lure Lucky back to Punjab.
DVD
2008; 2007
Clemons (Stacks)