Sukhwinder Singh: The Singing Legend

By | October 24, 2017

Born and brought up in Amritsar, Punjab, the renowned Bollywood playback singer, Sukhwinder Singh, rose to international fame with this song “Jai Ho” from the film ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ in the year 2008. Also popularly known as Sukhi amongst his admirers, the singing sensation has not only limited his talent to singing, but has also achieved success as a music composer, director & lyricist, and lately as an actor. Although he was aspired to become a sportsperson from his early childhood, singing happened to him by chance. Since he got a break in the Hindi film industry in the year 1986, there was no looking back for him. Till date, he has lended his mesmerizing voice in more than hundred Bollywood movies along with other regional films and albums. Sukhi has not only surpassed his talent in the Hindi film industry, but he has a huge fan following in Punjabi as well as in Tamil.

• Learning Music- The multi-talented Sukhwinder kick started his career at a very tender age of 8 years by signing a melodious number from the movie ‘Abhinetri’ sang by the legendry singer, Lata Mangeskar during a stage performance. His profound love for music grew with each passing day, and learnt music under the guidance of the popular Bollywood music composer duo, Laxmikant Shantaram Kudalkar and Pyarelal Ramprasad Sharma (popularly known as Laxmikant-Pyarelal). He also released his first Punjabi music album, titled: ‘Munda Southhall Da’ marketed by T-Series, prior to joining the troupe of the musicians.

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