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Arts/Society Sweet success for Sikh from Channel 4 to Asian Music Domination

Discussion in 'Language, Arts & Culture' started by spnadmin, Jul 12, 2010.

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    Jeet, the famous Sikh son-in-law from the BAFTA nominated series The Family see’s huge success as a talented singer in the music scene.

    Last year Sikh around the country flocked to their TV screens to watch the ‘Gerewal’s’ a Sikh family as they shared their lives on Channel 4 TV series The Family

    Well we all remember the legendry Jeet, in the series he briefly showed off his singing skills, but now it seems everyone wants a piece of Jeet’s famous voice

    After hearing him on the infamous BAFTA Nominated TV show talented music producers Bee2 and Taj-E saw the talent Jeet had and released his debut international track ‘Zara Bachke’. The track has done phenomenally well and now a spin-off of the track has been released as a remix.

    Jeet is getting set for a musical journey based on the sheer talent he processes. He is currently touring the UK at various shows and mela’s where crowds are going crazy for the sound of his voice.

    Not only has Jeet got great acting skills but after starring in huge Bollywood numbers back in Mumbai Jeet is also getting set to show his acting talents in the UK with up and coming theatre and TV work.

    Jeet appeared on the Channel 4 hit show ‘The Family’ with the Grewals, including his wife Kaki and two children. Jeet and his family have become household names not only in Asian and Sikh households but all over the UK, no matter what culture.

    Jeet and Kaki also write and produce their own theatre productions which tour across the whole of the UK. Their last theatre production Paiseyan Di Hera Pheri so full houses in Birmingham. The talented &dynamic couple are currently working on their next production which will be hitting theatres soon.
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