Saturday Flashback: These Rare Videos Of Surjit Bindrakhia Will Make You Nostalgic

written by Karan Nanda | January 12, 2019

Punjab is known for producing some of the singing legends like Babbu Mann, Gippy Grewal, Gurdas Mann and Diljit Dosanjh among others. Among them there was a voice of Surjit Bindrakhia which created havoc in Pollywood industry during 90’s.

Bindrakhia, who started out as a `Bhangra' artiste, switched over to Punjabi songs in 1991-92 and sung over 250 songs, including 12 Punjabi films. He became popular with his Punjabi album `Munda Ki Mangada'.

He became a house-hold name in Punjab with popular hits such as "Tere vich tu ni tera yaar bolda'', ``Dupatta tera satrang da'', and "Lak tunu tunu''.

Bindrakhia, who breathed his last in 2003, was a versatile singer and is still remembered as a trendsetter in Punjabi folk singing.

Here are some of the rare videos of the legend which will make you nostalgic.

Surjeet Bindrakhia died in his sleep following a cardiac arrest. He was 42.

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