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DJ TOP 10 Ashu Rai – NEXT

Resident DJ and co-promoter of Desilicious, New York’s only monthly queer South Asian dance party, Ashu Rai toasts its fifth anniversary at Club Shelter on April 21st. Beedi (Indian Cigarette) DJ Suketu Remix Dhoom Again (Blast) Dhoom 2 Soundtrack Bombay Timbaland feat. Amar & Jim Beanz Spirits in the Material World Karsh Kale Dum Maro Dum (Take Another Toke) Asha Bhosle Punk-a-wallah’s remix Belly Dancing Apache Indian Yeh Mera Dil (Tis

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Desilicious in New York – India Times

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Sholay Productions Heats Up the Gay South Asian Scene – Indian Electronica

“They sing songs to each other, and the words are those that you would sing to your lover” A slim attractive man glides through the crowd at Pepper, a Tribeca night club. It’s a Friday night, and like most Manhattan clubs, this one is packed. He is dressed in an Indian looking t-shirt bearing an image of Jesus wearing a bindi (that infamous red dot). One perfect curl falls over

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Egoiste of the week Ashu Rai – EGO

Ashu Rai is the smoking hot DJ that rocks all the nights at the best queer party in New York: Desilicious. Her eclectic and fun mixes of modern and old Bollywood are a favorite of the EGO team, who you’ll find sipping cocktails and checking out the scene at any given Sholay event. We adore Ashu because she’s a businesswoman, a great DJ, super nice, and … did we mention

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Gay Take-Away Ashu Rai – Next

Next Magazine’s beloved celebs of New York nightlife reveal their favorite take-out joints. DJ Ashu Rai serves up a variety of spice every time she hits the turntables. She deftly mixes Bollywood Bhangra with bubblegum pop to create a tasty fusion of dance and drama. Her musical mixtos is well known among the devotees of Sholay and by New York nightlife lovers at large. But what does she mix up

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Dancing Loud and Queer – Mantram

The extravaganzas boast saree-draped drag queens, dazzling visuals and revelers of all ethnicities gyrating to Bollywood and bhangra beats. It’s all a spectacular nod to the queerness and culture of South Asia in New York and it’s at Sholay’s Desilicious parties that queer South Asians make the most of a long evening. Since Sholay’s Desilicious was christened in 2002, crowds have been flocking to the monthly parties. Highlights have included

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Desilicious The Best Party In Town – EGO

Set the identity politics aside, please. For tonight, at least. Desilicious is all about the party, being yourself, and having fun, fun, fun. Desilicious is a monthly phenomenon featuring the frenetic gyrations and contortions of the dark and the beautiful. Orientation (sexual, political, vertical) be damned! In a city long past “firsts”, Desilicious is New York’s first social space for queer desis to party amongst their own. In doing so,

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South Asians Celebrate Halloween – Gay City News

Tribeca nightclub serves up festive and very queer twist on Bollywood Last Friday night, two nights before Halloween, Pepper, a lounge bar and club in Tribeca, saw exaggerated emotions, extravagant costumes and dramatic dance sequence—vital ingredients to any successful Bollywood film. Bollywood, the colloquial name for the Indian musical film industry, provided inspiration to “Bombay Screams,” a Halloween party organized by Sholay, a South Asian gay and lesbian event production

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