After Australia, Satinder Sartaaj Honoured By New Zealand Parliament. Proud Moment!

written by Karan Nanda | May 14, 2019

Well-known singer Satinder Sartaaj has made the nation proud again. After becoming the first turbaned singer to perform live at Opera House in Sydney and receiving the honour from the Australian government, ‘Udaarian’ fame singer has now become the first singer from Indian soil to receive an honour in New Zealand Parliament. Sartaaj took to his official social media handle to share the news with his fans. He shared few pictures and a video from the event. He captioned them as: “Privileged being 1st from our soil getting Prestige from the #Parliament? of #NewZealand??in #Wellington @nzparliament Thankful to @simonjbridges @bakshiks & my entire community around the globe ? #Sartaaj⚜️??.”

Earlier, Sartaaj received much applause from his fans for becoming the first singer from Punjab to receive a certificate of appreciation for his contribution to excellence in the field of music from the Parliament of Victoria. He is popular for creating soulful songs like ‘Udariaan’, Masoomiat’, ‘Main Te Meri Jaan’ among others.


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