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Mika Singh Mourns the Demise of Legendary Punjabi Singer Surinder Shinda


Renowned singer and composer, Mika Singh, took to his social media to express his deep sorrow over the passing of his beloved Punjabi singer, Surinder Shinda, who breathed his last this morning. The news of Surinder Shinda’s demise has left the music industry and fans heartbroken as they remember the melodious voice that touched hearts across generations.

At the age of 64, Surinder Shinda bid farewell after battling a prolonged illness. Mika Singh shared a heartfelt video post on his social media, reminiscing about the ghaint and powerful voice of the legendary singer. “When we talk about ghaint and powerful voices, his name is the first that comes to mind,” wrote Mika in his emotional tribute.

Acknowledging the greatness of Surinder Shinda, Mika expressed how the singer not only delivered hit songs but also created brilliant music. Admiring his talent, Mika confessed that he had always aspired to sing like the legend. He believes that Surinder Shinda’s music will forever live on, and he prayed for Waheguru ji to bless his soul with eternal peace.

Surinder Shinda was celebrated for his chart-topping tracks such as ‘jatt jeonah morh,’ ‘putt jattan de,’ ‘truck bnilliya,’ ‘balbiro bhabhi,’ and ‘Kaher Singh di mout.’ His powerful and soulful voice left an indelible mark on the hearts of music enthusiasts.

The singer had complained of stomach aches a few days before his hospitalization, leading him to undergo surgery. Unfortunately, he later contracted an infection, and he was shifted to the DMC Hospital for medical care.

Hailing from Ludhiana’s Choti Ayali village, Surinder Shinda is survived by his son, Maninder Shinda. Apart from his musical contributions, he was well-known for his work in Punjabi films like “Putt Jattan De” and “Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da.”

The music fraternity mourns the loss of a legendary voice, and fans pay their respects to the unforgettable talent that was Surinder Shinda.