Full discolure: A few days back, I received a fb message to provide feedback on this mix from my dear friend Sangeen. So this is my take without having seen a performance by this team.
Loved the intro/start - the emphasis on the vocals was great up until 0:43 and I imagine this would have worked great for the team's opening sher.
Good transition from 0:43-0:45, I liked the use of the bass reverb effect to keep it simple & clean.
Great song choice with the song starting at 0:46ish.
I wasn't really feeling the rap lyrics in the background from 0:51 to 0:55ish. I didn't really think it added much and sort of clashed with the Punjabi lyrics (according to my ears). I would have choose a different sample to use here.
0:56-1:02 - Holy BASS. Great time to pump up a listener & crowd. I imagine the team to break out some powerful moves at his point. Really made my subwoofer work.
1:03-1:07 - There was a great slow down effect and a well placed "hoi" repeat effect. Overall this was essential to be placed here otherwise I would have thought the mix to sound quite repetitive by this point (especially due to continous heavy bass).
1:07-1:16 - Once again, the rap was brought in, but it's so faint.. that I don't think it does much for the mix. Maybe that was your goal? Who knows.
1:36-1:41ish - I loved the piano's added into the background of the songs. While this was also a bit faint, it flowed really well with the song. I'm not sure this is part of the original song or if you added it in, nonetheless, good stuff!
1:41-1:42ish - No transition here, which was a bit odd, because it's almost like the team wanted to stop something completely & move to doing something else very quickly.
1:47-2:02 - Very nicely done. A lot of different things happening here, but loved everything you did.
2:02-2:03ish - Good transition with a clip of of Manak-E "Kehndi mere pair dukh dhe" + bruahh sound effect + explosive bass sound. Again, quite simple, but effective.
A bit too much exaggerated bass for my taste with Manak-E's "Pair Dukh Dhe" song.
2:47-2:48 - Transition sounded really weird to me. Not sure where you were going there.. I understand the build up and then drop into the lyrics, but it sounded very "stop & start" between the Punjabi song & the rap song.
2:55-3:05 - Tough transition here due to the next song having such a different tempo, but it worked for you. The small build up & the "bruahhhh" sound effect was really simple - but I appreciated the "hey hey" sound effect carried over into the beginning of the Punjabi song.
3:43-3:44 - I think your transitions are getting too simple. This is another example that sounded a bit abrupt to me. I did like the panning effect of the sound that followed shortly after though (the sound effect that moved from right to left twice)
3:51-4:23 - Good sound affects & strong bass drops at well-timed moments in the Punjabi song
4:24-4:26 - Great transition here. It flows so naturally & well. Great job.
5:07-5:08 - There could have been a better transition here. Again, it seems very "stop & start" with the cut you made.
5:09-5:46 - This was hott. The slow down in satisfya just sounded awesome.
5:46-6:45 - THANK YOU FOR BRINGING BACK & INCORPORATING SOME CLASSICS! YES
These are songs that majority of the audience recognize & it's great for the younger generation to be exposed to this stuff!
A good outro at the end, but I couldn't understand what the last words being repeated were. At first I thought it was a DJ tag, but it doesn't sound anything like Sangeen. It sounds like the word "sikhi." lol.
I hope this helps somewhat. It took several days for me to write as I only had the time to listen to the mix in pieces (note: I did listen to the mix as a whole, but it takes me time to get detailed & break it apart to comment). Overall, your mixing has improved a lot over the years.
Hope you can also provide more feedback (especially in detail) to others who are starting off or need help sir. Great mix overall.