Surinder Shinda Passes Away at 64; Remembering the Veteran Singer Popular for Kali Singing Style

Legendary Punjabi singer Surinder Shinda breathed last on July 26 and left for his heavenly abode at 64. The veteran singer had not been keeping well since 20 days and was admitted to the DMC hospital in Ludhiana. 

Earlier, Surinder Shinda’s son Maninder shared the news of his father Surinder Shinda being admitted in the hospital for undisclosed reasons. 

Later it was disclosed that Surinder Shinda caught an infection after a minor surgery which led to several breathing difficulties. After that, he was admitted to the DMC hospital and was shifted to the ventilator. 

However the veteran singer lost his battle after 20 days and early morning he passed away. 

Surinder Pal Dhammi also known as Surinder Shinda was a legendary figure of Punjabi music who was renowned for his distinctive kali style singing. 

He was born in Choti Ayali village, Ludhiana on May 20,1953. His distinctive kali singing style had a lasting impact on the Punjabi music industry and he shall be remembered forever for this. 

In 2013, Surinder Shinda was awarded with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the Brit Asia TV music awards.The veteran singer has also mentored legendary singers like Amar Singh Chamkila, Gill Hardeep etc. 

Among all of his famous tracks, Jeona Morh and Badla Le Layi Sohneya left an everlasting impact on his audience. His most recent track Hemis boliyan was also a major hit and expressed his passion for music in the most beautiful way. 

The sad demise of the veteran singer has created a void in the music industry but he shall be remembered forever for his distinctive singing style and his teachings shall live on till the infinity.

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