Fans of the highly anticipated annual Asian Awards will be excited to learn they can live stream the event exclusively from the BritAsia TV’s Facebook page on Friday 5th May.

BritAsia TV to stream highly anticipated awards show live on Facebook

BritAsia TV is dedicated to showcasing the very best of British Asian talent, and this latest partnership celebrates the highest levels of achievement from within the worldwide Asian community.

A pioneering, unique and prestigious event, the Asian Awards is the only event that pays tribute to Asian success across all walks of life; emphasising inspiring achievements and highlighting inspirational role models in the fields of business, sport, entertainment, philanthropy and popular arts and culture.

CEO of BritAsia TV, Tony Shergill, comments: “BritAsiaTV will be the only place you can live stream the Asian Awards this year and we are proud to be associated with such a meaningful event. Their dedication to honouring the cream of the crop in Asian talent reflects our own commitment to the Asian community. We can’t wait to watch the Awards as we know it’s going to be an incredible evening.”

The seventh annual Asian awards will take place on Friday 5 May at Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London and will be a celebration of Asian talent across music, TV, film, business, charity and the arts.

This year, it has been announced that world-class cricketer Sachin Tendulkar will be in attendance to receive the prestigious ‘Asian Awards Fellowship’ award.

Sachin Tendulkar making an appearance at the AA in 2010

Previous Asian Award winners include; Zayn Malik, Bruce Lee, Shah Rukh Khan, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Jackie Chan and Kunal Nayyar, to name but a few.

Previous winners (Left to Right) Kunal Nayyar, Shah Rukh Khan, Gurinder Chada and Zayn Malik

The Asian awards can be streamed live via BritAsia TV’s Facebook page:

The Asian Awards is set to be a star-studded, unmissable event! So make sure you tune into our Facebook Stream for all the latest coverage from the night! #BritAsiaTV