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The NRS suffers from an identity crisis. His parents may have hailed from the Land of the Five Rivers, but he is not always a Punjabi by nature. Growing up in the heady days of the early UK Bhangra scene, he often had to “fake it” to earn the respect of his Punjabi peers. Being one of the few turban wearers who cannot speak his mother tongue, this sardar has spent much of his life avoiding elderly, non-English speaking Sikh gentlemen making a beeline for him in order to ask for directions or the name of his father's pind

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