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In Monsoon Wedding's "Aaja Nacch Le" ("Come, Let's Dance") written by Bally Sagoo and also featuring Hans Raj Hans, similarly, techno and house sounds transform a traditional Bhangra call to dance into a flamboyant assembling of diasporic Punjabi youth.
The narrative frame into which "Aaja Nacch Le" is embedded--a Punjabi Hindu wedding in Delhi--as well as its dissemination from "Brit-Asia" to "Transl-Asia" (Kaur and Kalra 405, punning on Trans-Asia and Translation [translatia, translasia]) through the cinematic medium--foreground the transnational trajectories of Punjabiness that diasporic postmemory facilitates.
Richmond, D., J.Baskett, R.Bonita and P.Melding (1995) Care for older people in New Zealand, a report to NACCH and DSS.