Legendary Punjabi Singer Surinder Shinda's Demise Leaves the Music World in Grief & Remembrance
CHANDIGARH: The Music World is engulfed in sorrow as the renowned Punjabi singer, Surinder Shinda, bid farewell to this mortal world today. He breathed his last at the DMC in Ludhiana at around 6:30 this morning, leaving behind a legacy of unforgettable melodies. With his demise, a profound sense of loss permeates the hearts of music enthusiasts and fellow artists.
Born on May 20, 1959, in the village of Choti Ayali, district Ludhiana, Punjab, Surinder Shinda etched an indelible mark in the Punjabi music industry with his powerful voice and soulful renditions. His unique style and captivating performances have enthralled audiences, breathing life into countless songs over the years.
Before venturing into the world of Punjabi music, Surinder Shinda worked in mechanical fields. However, in 1981, he embarked on his musical journey with the release of the song 'Put Jatt De Bulainde Bakre', marking the beginning of an illustrious career that spanned decades. From that point onward, there was no looking back for the talented artist.
Surinder Shinda's distinct voice and ability to convey emotions through his songs endeared him to music lovers across generations. His renditions had the power to stir emotions and transport listeners into a realm of deep feelings. Throughout his musical career, he delivered numerous hit songs that resonated with the masses. Songs like "Mirza Sahiba," "Putt Jatt De," "Balbiro Bhabhi," and "Jatt Jio Mor" showcased his unparalleled talent and artistry.
The news of his sudden demise has left the music fraternity and fans in shock, mourning the loss of a true legend. Surinder Shinda's contribution to the Punjabi music industry will always be remembered and cherished. His absence will be deeply felt, not only by his family but also by his colleagues and millions of music enthusiasts who were touched by his magical voice. His songs will continue to echo in the hearts of those who cherished his art.