He received a staggering 28,147 votes - 19,000 more than his Tory rival.
Oneness was definitely the message he wanted to share as he was re-elected.
Calling Southall a model of integration across the country, Mr Sharma said that wasn't enough anymore.
He added: “We need to be better, we can be better and we will be better.
“One community, one Southall, one United Kingdom for all.
“Thinking of my children, of your children, of my grandchildren, of your grandchildren. It is what drives my politics, my ideas, for what this community needs to do to take on the challenges.”
Tory candidate James Symes came out with 9,387 votes; Kavya Kaushik for the Lib Dems won 1,550 votes; Green Party's Jaspreet Mahal scored 2,007 votes; John Poynton from UKIP got 1,769; and Jagdeesh Singh of the National Liberal Party finished with 461.