Dr Dj is one of the best-loved DJ in Isle of Wight, and is passionate about Djing. With a diverse range of music and an incredible atmosphere, Dr Dj is the perfect DJ to ensure you enjoy your night.
Dr Dj would plan the music according to your requirements. He understands how important the party is for you, and would play music that you want and take requests. He plans whenever possible to arrange a playlist with the client. His main goal in your party would be to keep the dance floor occupied with some great music, as only then he feels he is doing a good job.
He also specializes in Bollywood Dance music parties and had great feedback from such events. He has played in clubs, bars, private parties and many Bollywood events where everyone has loved his music.
Dr Dj also plays other genres of music including pop, club mixes, chart music, electronic and techno and music through the decades. His light shows with smoke machines is awesome.
You would love the entertainment and the light show which is done with high quality and professional equipments. Dr Dj is fully insured for public liability for up to a million pounds and all the equipments are PAT tested.
Hire Dr Dj and have a fantastic party you will never forget.
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For a truly exciting and upbeat musical experience, choose a Bollywood theme for your party celebration. Bollywood theme has evolved into a modern dance music with great sounds and melodies. This is ideal for Asian celebrations but also for all.
Bollywood theme nights with vibrant costumes and decorations always brings excitement and glamour to any party, with music to dance the night away.
Dr Dj specializes in Bollywood themed events and parties, and he has done many such events. He has had fantastic response from his audience from all backgrounds. Bollywood dance music is gaining immense popularity in the UK.
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This page was last updated: 19 August 2015