Veteran Punjabi Singer Surinder Shinda Dies

A throwback picture of Surinder Shinda. (courtesy: BhagwantMann)


In style Punjabi singer Surinder Shinda, recognized for hit songs Putt Jattan De, Jatt Deona Morh and Truck Balliya, died on Wednesday after a chronic sickness at a personal hospital in Ludhiana. Surinder Shinda, who was in his 60s, breathed his final on the Dayanand Medical Faculty and Hospital. Throughout his singing profession, he sung many well-known songs and in addition appeared in a number of Punjabi movies corresponding to Putt Jattan De, Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da and Badla Jatti Da

Many individuals, together with singers and politicians, expressed grief over Shinda’s demise. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann tweeted, “Very unhappy to listen to the information of the demise of well-known singer Surinder Shinda ji… The voice of Punjab has gone silent without end.” Shiromani Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal stated the singer’s contribution to Punjabi music was priceless.

“Deep condolences to the followers and the household of legendary Punjabi singer Surinder Shinda. His contribution to Punjabi music is priceless. He had an extremely highly effective voice. Shinda ji might be missed by hundreds of thousands of his followers around the globe. Might his soul relaxation in peace,” Badal stated in a tweet.

Singer-actor Harbhajan Mann additionally expressed grief over the demise of Shinda, saying Punjabi music has suffered a loss that might by no means be fulfilled. “The tip of the golden period of Punjabi folks singing,” stated Mann in a tweet.

Surinder Shinda is survived by his son Maninder Shinda, who can also be a musician.

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