Spin docs, on the rocks
They say in Punjab, that a dance jockey or DJ, is always booked first, then the wedding venue and only then begins the bride- hunt. While this might sound a bit exaggerated, the notion does live up to the grandeur that Punjabi weddings are known for.
But are you having troubles finding the one who can make everyone put on their dancing shoes? Fret not! Here are some tips from Punjab’s best music mixers: WORD OF MOUTH Loved the DJ who performed at the wedding of Canada- waale uncle’s daughter’s dewar’s screens create the right ambience.
ASK THE DJ... If he is ready to alter his playlist. Most of the DJs happily play the requests, some stubbornly don’t. So, it’s better to confirm at the initial stage whether the performer is not too fussy about requests. THE PLAYLIST MUST HAVE THIS SEASON On the groom’s entry: Dulhe Ka Sehra Suhaana Lagta Hai/ Azeem O Shaan Shahenshah On the bride’s entry: Aao Huzoor Tumko Sitaron Mein Le Chaloon/ Tare hain barati During the Jai Mala: Do Dil Mil Rahein Hain