Surinder Shinda: 64 year old Punjabi singer passed away

Surinder Shinda, a renowned Punjabi actor and singer, passed away at DMC Hospital in Ludhiana after being hospitalized for 20 days. 64-year-old singer passed away at 7.30 am at Ludhiana’s DMC Hospital. After spending 20 days in the hospital, the singer was placed on ventilator support before he passed away on Wednesday.

The infection spread throughout Surinder Shinda’s body after a minor procedure he had recently undergone in a Ludhiana private hospital. After Shinda’s passing, the Punjabi film industry has experienced a wave of mourning. Many dignitaries arrived at DMC Hospital as soon as the news of his passing was announced and paid their tributes.

Bhagwant Mann, the chief minister of Punjab, paid tribute to the late singer through a Punjabi tweet, “Very sad to hear the news of eminent singer Surinder Shindaji’s death. The loud voice of Punjab has gone silent forever. Although Shinda Ji is no longer physically present, his voice will always resonate. May god rest the departed soul at his feet and give strength to the family to accept.”

 

Former Punjab chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal also offered condolences to Surinder Shinda’s family. He tweeted, “Deep condolences to the fans and the family of legendary Punjabi singer Surinder Shinda. His contribution to Punjabi music is priceless. He had an incredibly powerful voice. Shinda ji will be missed by millions of his fans around the world. May his soul rest in peace.”

 

Shinda worked alongside renowned Punjabi singer Kuldeep Manak and assisted the late Amar Singh Chamkila in breaking through to the big time in the music business.

Music company Saregama also remembered Surinder Shinda, tweeting, “An unforgettable icon in the music industry. Your melodies will continue to live on and inspire us.”

Although folk singer Surinder Shinda, whose soulful voice gave Punjabi songs their voice, has gone silent forever, his voice will always be immortal. The Punjabi film industry experienced a wave of mourning following the death news.

Dhola Ve Dhola, Khand De Bhulekhe Gud Chat Gayi, Putt Jatta De, Truck Billiya, Nawan Lai Leya Truck Tere Yaar Ne Ni Babiyaan De Chal Chaliye, Balle-Balle Shawa-Shava, etc. It would be difficult to count the number of songs in the Punjabi language he sang.