Navin Kundra is a British singer/songwriter, who writes, composes and performs songs in Hindi, Punjabi and English. With a strong fan based reach of over 3 million people and growing, Navin has achieved six number one singles in the Asian Charts, and won the 2013 ‘Entertainer of the Year’ Award in the Houses Of Parliament. In 2011, he became an ambassador for the British Asian Trust, founded by HRH The Prince Of Wales and used his music to break a Guinness World Record raising £10,000 for the Trust. In 2012, Navin was appointed ambassador of the diabetes charity, Silver Star, founded by Keith Vaz MP whose patrons include Bollywood actors Amitabh Bachchan and Shilpa Shetty. Since becoming ambassador, Navin has helped the charity raise in excess of £10,000 by performing at fundraising events across the UK. In 2013, he became the first ambassador for the newly formed charity Wishful Smiles. As a popular youth icon, Navin also uses his position as a role model to inspire the youth and delivers a number of talks at youth conferences across the UK. In October 2013, Navin became the first British Asian singer to be invited to St James' Palace to perform for TRH Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall along with other distinguished guests.
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