Surinder Kaur at the Bollywood Bazaar.
Surinder Kaur at the Bollywood Bazaar. Coffs Coast Advocate

Bollywood in Woolgoolga

THE colour, spectacle and music of India proved to be a hit at the first Bollywood Beach Bazaar in Woolgoolga.

International Sikh singing act, Sant Singh Paras, led the entertainment line-up with the local Bollywood dancers and African drumming on Saturday.

The singing group sang traditional ballads accompanied by the saringi, a traditional Indian instrument.

The mix of world-music entertainment, market stalls, international food and beautiful weather was a hit that organisers are keen to repeat for the next market day on May 23.

Marketgoers came from across the region and made a whole day of the event.

Bazaar licensee, Mrs Surinder Kaur, was thrilled with the turn-up.

“It was jam-packed, there was no room and I was so excited,” Mrs Kaur said.

At the next market day, the entertainment line-up will include the Japanese Taiko drummers, African drums, belly dancing and the Bollywood dancers.



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