Happy Birthday Sukshinder Shinda: Here Are Some Unknown Facts About the Living Legend

written by Karan Nanda | January 24, 2019

Singer, producer and a songwriter Sukshinder Shinda is celebrating his 47th birthday on January 24. Popularly known as ‘The Music Man’, Sukshinder Shinda is a popular face in Pollywood as well as in Bollywood industry. He has given many hit songs like ‘Oh na kuri labdi’, ‘Nachiye Vahi’, ‘Soni Lagdi’ and ‘Sohni Lagdi’ among others.

Besides singing, the living legend has produced many music videos like ‘Dil Luteya’, ‘Dildarian’, ‘Aish Karo’ and ‘Kadi Te Has Bol Ve’ among others.

On his special day, let us talk about some unknown facts about the living legend which we bet you didn’t know earlier.

Fitness Enthusiast: Sukshinder Shinda is a fitness freak. At 47, he is among the fittest singers in the Punjabi music industry. He loves spending time in the gym and he keeps on sharing his pictures from his workout sessions. He is truly an inspiration for the younger lot.

Keyboard, dhol & other instrument player: Besides singing, Sukshinder Shinda is a well-trained keyboardist. Also, he can play dhol, tumbi and other music instruments with perfection. He has given music for artists such as Harbhajan Mann, Madan Maddi, Manjit Pappu, Nachhatar Gill, Amrinder Gill, AS Kang and Jazzy B among others.

The man behind Jazzy B: Sukshinder Shinda has been the man behind the majority of Jazzy B's hit songs including 'Soorma, 'Dil Luteya' & 'Naag' to name just a few.

Numerous awards to his name: The 47-year old singer-music producer has won several awards in his career so far. ‘The UK Bhangra Music Awards – Best Producer,’ the PTC Punjabi Music Awards ‘Best Non Resident Punjabi Music Director’ for Collaborations 3, Best Video, Best Producer and Best Album at the UK AMAs, the BritAsia Music Awards Best Video for ‘Ghum Suhm’ to name a few. He was recently awarded with ‘Best Non-Resident Punjabi Vocalist’ during PTC Punjabi Music Awards 2018.

Debut: He made his debut in music industry with the instrumental album ‘Dhol Beat 1’ in 1989. And since then, he has worked in over 200 albums.


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