Sara’s journey to Southall TV has been a colourful one. 2003 saw Sara crowned as Finchley Carnival Queen which enabled her to raise £250,000 for a local charity during her one-year reign. Shortly after, Sara trained as a Bollywood dancer which allowed her the opportunity to take part in dance competitions, including “Boogie Woogie” and “Got to Dance.” Sara has also appeared on Channel 4, “How clean is your house?”, CBBC ” life is epic@Bollywood dance” and “The Flame Awards” which was televised in Manchester. Aside from dancing, Sara’s experience also extends into acting where she played the role of a wife and mother in the play “17 days aur Bollywood spice” which was shown on TV786. Sara is currently a student at a London acting school. Modelling is another area that Sara has experience in having worked with some established photographers including appearing on the catwalk at the “Kitenge Festival” where Sara modelled the latest African prints. Presenting is an area that Sara is very passionate about and her experience includes appearing as an anchor for “Cooking Queen” which is a cooking programme which is regularly aired on the channel, Community Matters and hosting a live show called “Heat of the Winter.”
Sara is one of the newest members of the Southall TV team and will be interviewing Election candidates from West London boroughs which will be broadcasted as part of Southall TV’s political show “What’s Up London”.
Sukhvir Sodhi is a seasoned TV presenter who has established himself as a known figure in Punjabi community in UK. Before stepping into the world of TV presenting Sukhvir was known for his Bhangra Dancing and teaching under the title of Baharan Punjab Diyan. He has performed all over the world and has appeared in many British and Bollywood blockbusters as a Bhangra Dancer.
Sukhvir has been presenting a Punjabi talk show on Southall TV called “Jee Ayan Nu”, where he interviews various show business personalities.
With co-host Rowdy Farooqi, Sukhvir Sodhi also does a live show “Dil Diyan Gallan” on Southall Tv every Thursday 8pm to 9pm.
Kulwinder Paul is an entrepreneur and a well-established personality among Punjabi community in UK. By profession he is a master baker and a great foodie. Paul is very passionate about television and always keen on showcasing the stories and the issues of community. Paul has been a part and a supporter of Southall TV from the beginning and gives Southall TV a privilege by being Executive Producer.
Rowdy Farooqi is an established Music, TV and Film director with over 30 years of experience in the industry.
Rowdy Farooqi’s latest short film as writer and director, ‘White Shadow’ has now been submitted to film festival by Earthwalker Films.