Sukhwinder Singh

Sukhwinder Singh

Widely known for his Bollywood playback singing, many people may not be aware of Sukhwinder Singh’s devotional music style. Sukhwinder Singh was born in Amritsar, Punjab, and released a Punjabi album called Munda Southhall Da with T. Singh before heading south to sing for the Tamil film Ratchagan. Sukhwinder Singh's first Bollywood break was with the song "Aaja Sanam" in the film named Khilaaf. However, he felt that something was missing in his voice and took a sabbatical to tour England and America to broaden his musical horizons. He returned to Mumbai with a new perspective and gained recognition for his song "Chaiyya Chaiyya" from Mani Ratnam's film Dil Se..., composed by A. R. Rahman and written by Gulzar. He has also provided playback singing for Shahrukh Khan in a total of seven songs, including "Chak De India" from Chak De! India, "Marjaani" from Billu, and "Dard-E-Disco" from Om Shanti Om. He has won several awards for his work, including the Filmfare Best Male Playback Award for "Chaiyya Chaiyya" and "Haule Haule" from Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, as well as the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer for his rendition in the 2014 film Haider composed by Vishal Bhardwaj. Sukhwinder Singh's music style is often devotional and reflective of his Sikh roots. His dedication to devotional music is evident in his soulful renditions of Gurbani and shabads, such as "Tu Mera Rakha" and "Sukhmani Sahib." From his captivating Bollywood hits to his heartwarming devotional music, Sukhwinder Singh's musical versatility is sure to captivate and inspire listeners of all backgrounds. Don't miss out on the opportunity to discover the spiritual side of this talented artist!
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