Satinder Sartaaj Breaks Record At London’s Royal Albert Hall! Details Inside

Renowned Punjabi Sufi singer Satinder Sartaaj who has touched our heartstrings with his melodious music has added a feather in his hat. The Sufi maestro broke the record as he became the second Punjabi artist to perform at Royal Albert Hall in London. 

Yes, you read right, following his sellout debut at the Royal Albert Hall in 2014, Sartaaj returned to the London venue on 6 March 2022. Not only this, he shot one of his songs Nadaan Jehi Aas in the hall. The song depicts the positive message of universal beauty and raises global awareness on the condition of vitiligo (Phulwari).

The actor was invited to Royal Albert Hall’s 150th celebration. The victory is a matter of pride not just for Sartaaj, but also for India. Undeniably, the singer is recognized for his exceptional words in his songs, which are adored and appreciated not only in Punjab but also by audiences all over the world. And now this achievement of his has made everyone proud. 

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The hall, which was inaugurated in 1871 by Queen Victoria in memory of her late husband Prince Albert, is one of the UK’s premier concert venues which has played host to world-famous artists over the years. Legendary Indian singers like Lata Mangeshkar, Gurdas Maan, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan have performed in the hall before.

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