With no doubt we can say Punjabi Industry is flourishing and making place in the hearts of people. Whether it is in India or in any other country. This time history is being created by a very versatile and spellbound poetic singer of Punjab. He is none other than Satinder Sartaaj. Sartaaj has become the first Indian and turbaned Sikh who will soon perform in the prestigious Sydney Opera House.
Earlier also, Sartaaj created history by being the first ever turbaned singer to walk down the Cannes Red Carpet. The singer has taken the Punjab and Punjabi singing to another level. It is very clear that deep lyrics and classic singing of Sartaaj have won hearts all across the globe.
Sartaaj is currently on his Ecstasy Tour which is happening in Australia. He shared the news with his fans on his social media handle. In a live video, he shared his happiness with his fans saying that it is all because of the love of his fans that he has reached the Opera House to perform. He is immensely happy and grateful for this day.
History in Making..Honoured to be the first Performer from our soil! Tomorrow Sat.#27thApril at @SydOperaHouse Ecstasy Tour 2019 #Australia🇦🇺New Zealand🇳🇿 #SartaajLive🎼Thank you all for making me worthy to perform at one of the most prestigious concert venue of the world 🌎🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/rU7edjK1kU
— Satinder Sartaaj (@SufiSartaaj) April 26, 2019
Earlier, he shared a video on his Twitter with all the details about the upcoming concert.
Eh #Opera di imarat hai badi maynaz hai #Sydney di Dharti te kul Dunia nu iss te naaz hai Fakhr hai #Punjab de Pindan di lishki dhoorh da #Boli ne sir Taaj dhareya taaion ta’n #Sartaaj hai#27April @SydOperaHouse book your ticket at https://t.co/d0pSqw6AK9 0411 709 559 #Sartaaj pic.twitter.com/n9P1CUkTw6
— Satinder Sartaaj (@SufiSartaaj) April 24, 2019
Satinder Sartaaj is popular for songs like ‘Sai’, ‘Zikr Tera’, ‘Udaarian’, ‘Sajjan Raazi’ among other hit songs. He has acted in movies like ‘Anparh Akhiyan’ and ‘The Black Prince’ and highlighted the beauty of Punjab. He has also sung many sufi songs and says that poetry is his first love.