Know the religious songs and other works of a veteran singer

Veteran Punjabi Folk singer Sardool Sikander passed away at the age of 60 on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. Sikander made his first radio and television appearances in the early 1980s with his intro album. The roads made Laari. His work has been included in 50 spin-off albums around the world and he has also appeared in a handful of Punjabi films. Sikander had 27 albums to his credit and his album Husna of Malko released in 1991, it sold 5.1 million copies worldwide.

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About the death of Sardool Sikander

Sardool Sikander was recently diagnosed with Covid-19 and there has been speculation that Sardool Sikander has died from the coronavirus. But according to, a source clarified that he had not died from the coronavirus. Sardool Sikander had been reported to have undergone treatment for kidney damage and other ailments and had been admitted to hospital for more than 15 to 20 days. Sikander died at Fortis Hospital in Mohali on Wednesday.

Know the religious songs of Sardool Sikander

In 2006 Sardool Sikander released the song ‘Bolo So Nihaal‘in collaboration with Hans Raj Hans, and the song was supported by Saaga. In 1999, he released the song Khalsa De Chardi Kala supported by HMV. In 2004, he released the song Darsh Maiya Da Keeta produced by the T series. In 2011, Sikander released his most famous religious song Charadi Khalla Held Samne Tu Hase. The song was produced by StarMakers and was a duo collaboration with singer Harjit Harman. In 2013, he released the song Maa Raniye Amrit Se Meetha Tera Naam produced by the T series. His other famous religious songs include Seesa De Wanjare, Panth Sajaya Hai, Reelan De Dukan, and much more.

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Other songs and films by Sardool Sikander

Sardool Sikander was a play singer for the films Baghi(2005), The hero: love story of a spy, Pyassa, Ishq Nachavye Gali Gal, and Dushmani Jatta Di. In 2011, he collaborated with Honey Singh for his album International villager. He appeared in the song Yadaan and the album is one of the highest grossing Punjabi albums of all time. Sardool’s famous singles are Red Alert, Shareek, Mera Valeti, Paranda, Kangna, and much more. Sardool also starred in the movies Police in Pollywood and Jaggu Daku.

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Getting to know Sardool Sikander’s youth and family

Sardool Sikander was born on January 15, 1961, in the Kheri Naudh Singh of the Fatehgarh Sahib district and he belonged to the Patiala Gharana of music. Sardool Sikander was the son of the famous tabla player Sagar Mastana who invented a special type of tabla that was played with a thin bamboo stick. Sikander was married to Amar Noorie who is also an accomplished singer and the couple have traveled the world as a duo as well as as solo singers for tours and performances. Sardool is survived by his wife and two sons Sarang Sikander and Aalaap Sikander.

Image source: Sardool Sikander’s Instagram and a photo from the Amrit Se Meetha Tera Naam video

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Ruth R. Culp