brought up in London, Richi is a pioneer of the Australian Indian dance
scene. He organised the first ever Bollywood and Bhangra club nights in
Melbourne in 1999 and 1993 respectively. He has DJ’d across Australia and
overseas including with MTV Europe award winner Panjabi MC and on local
and national radio (inc. Radio National, Triple R, PBS and Kiss FM).
from DJing and MCing, he plays a groovy drum called the “Dhol” (widely
featured in Bollywood and Bhangra tracks). As a freelance journalist and
commentator on the scene, he has interviewed artists like Apache Indian,
Panjabi MC and Rishi Rich and has himself been interviewed by “The Age”,
“Spice Lifestyle” (UK), “Rolling Stones” magazine and appeared in the
Richi has been DJing and MCing for over 12 years at a wide range of venues
and events including major outdoor festivals, weddings, birthdays, dinner
dances and club nights.
He has played at several dance nights including “Hot & Spicy”, “Love 2
dance” and “One nation under a groove”.
In 2005, Richi was invited to perform at the annual Globe to Globe World
Music Festival at Namatjira Park, Clayton. He also arranged and
participated in a Bollywood item for the Commonwealth Games 2006 Cultural
Festival media launch.
Richi has amazing energy and loves using the microphone to get the crowd
going crazy! He prides himself on his reputation for being professional,
listening to his clients and putting one hundred percent into his
performances to make each gig a memorable experience.
Top 40 dance, R&B, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 60’s Rock & Roll, Bollywood and