Sartaaj makes us proud, again! Honoured at Parliament of New Zealand
Popular Sufi singer Satinder Sartaaj has made the country proud again. His melodious voice and ‘sufiana andaaz’ not only won million hearts in the land of Punjab but also at the international level. After receiving the honour from the Australian government for being the first turbaned singer to perform live at Opera House in Sydney, the ‘Udaarian’ fame has now become the first Indian singer to receive an honour in New Zealand Parliament.
Satinder Sartaaj took to his official social media handle to share the news with his fans. He has shared a video and a few pictures from the event. He captioned the post as: “Privileged being 1st from our soil getting Prestige from the #Parliament of #NewZealandin #Wellington @nzparliament Thankful to @simonjbridges @bakshiks & my entire community around the globe #Sartaaj.”
Have a look at the post:
Earlier, the singer has received a certificate of appreciation for his contribution in the field of music from the Parliament of Victoria.
Sartaaj not only with his singing has won many hearts but with his acting skills too. He is the first Punjabi artist who debuted in the Hollywood movie ‘Black Prince’ as a lead role. Satinder Sartaaj was immensely loved and appreciated for playing the lead role in this movie. And it wouldn’t be wrong to say that till now Satinder Sartaaj has made us proud with his variant talents.
Not only this, Satinder Sartaaj is the first person from the land of Punjab to perform in the Opera House, which is the dream stage to perform for every artist. Sartaaj is popular for creating popular songs like ‘Udariaan’, Masoomiat’, ‘Main Te Meri Jaan’ and a few others.
This is indeed a proud moment for all of us, especially for Punjabi Industry. For all these achievements we congratulate Satinder Sartaaj and believe that he will keep making us proud. Our wishes are with him.
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