Surinder Shinda

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Surinder Shinda
Birth name Surinder Pal Dhammi
Occupations Singer, actor, composer
Years active 1979-present

Surinder Shinda (real name Surinder Pal Dhammi[1]) is a Punjabi singer ,[2] who is considered a "grandfather of moc",[3] and has been described as "legendary".[4] He has had numerous hit songs[5] including Putt Jattan De, Truck Billiya, Balbiro Bhabhi and Kaher Singh Di Mout . He has also appeared in Punjabi films such as Putt Jattan De and Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da.

Biography[edit]

Surinder Shinda was born Surinder Pal Dhammi[6] in a Ramgharia Sikh family. He hails from Ludhiana, Punjab. He was a colleague of the Punjabi singer Kuldeep Manak and has also taught music to the late Amar Singh Chamkila, Gill Hardeep, Maninder Shinda, Shinda's son. He is Famous For his KALI(a singing-style) with Kuldeep Manak and several others. His Jeona Morh is considered as a Legend in Punjabi music. His song "Badla Le Layeen Sohneya" is one of the greatest hits of Punjabi music ever.

Personal life[edit]

Shinda is married to the cousin of Dev Tharikewala's wife who is known to have written lyrics for Shinda & Kuldeep Manak.

Current career[edit]

Shinda currently works as a producer for younger artists. In addition, his latest album 'Dhulla Bhatti' was successful in the Punjabi music market. Surinder Shinda is still singing today, with his latest song "Hemis Boliyan."

Discography[edit]

Year Album Record label
2014 Desi Doze Amar Audio
2013 Nintendo Star (Music: Ravi Bal) Kamlee Records
2012 Dhulla Bhatti Amar Audio
2011 Jatt Dil Lai Gaya Anand Audio
2010 Gaddi Shinde Di Indya Records
2006 Jagga Jatt MPI
2005 Putt Sardaran De
2005 Gaddi Jatt Di
2005 Jatti Ashiq Tere Te
2003 Lock Down Kismet Records
2002 Gaddi 6 Cilander Di Saregama
2000 Bol Punjab De Kismet Records
1999 Teeyan Longowal Diyan Saregama
1999 Oh Tera Kee Lagda HMV
1998 Shinde Diyan Kaliyan Saregama
1997 Ucha Burj Lahore Da (Kalian) Saregama
1997 Put Sardaran De (with Skillz Inc. Productions) Roma Music Bank
1997 Jatt Mirza Kharlan Da Saregama
1997 Kurhian Vajaon Tarhian
1996 Talaak Amli Da T-Series
1995 Dilli Shera Diyan Khudiyan
1994 Jattiye Ni Jattiye
1994 Ghund Chakk Mar De Saloot Goriye Saregama
1993 Gallan Sohne Yaar Diyan T-Series
1992 Ik Kuri Mainu Telephone Kardi DMC Records
1992 Sucha Surma DMC Records
1991 Teri Fiat Te Jeth Nazare Lainda Saregama
1990 Jad Miyan Biwi Raji Saregama
1990 Yenki Love You Karde Saregama
1989 Main Diggi Tilak Ke Saregama
1988 Jaan Amlee Di EMI
1985 Jeona Maurh EMI
1982 Surinder Shinda Live
1981 Put Jattan De OST
1979 Rakh Ley Clinder Yaara

Duo collaboration[edit]

Year Track Record label
2013 Dil Nachde with HMC & Dr. Zeus T-Series
2011 Yaari Hove with Surinder Laddi Saregama
2011 Sweetnezz with Maninder Shinda and DJ Outlaw The Sound Pipe Records
2011 Glassy Nachdi with Bhinda Jatt and DJ Vix Kamlee Records
2010 The Shinda Duet with Highflyers and Maninder Shinda The Sound Pipe Records

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Character
2014 Kaim Sardari Sardara
2013 Rehmataan Baba
2012 Just Punjabi Mohammed Singh
2001 Sikandera
1996 Tabaahi Thanedar Harnek Singh
1995 Bagawat Harnek
1993 Ankhila Soorma
1991 Jatt Jeona Morh Thanedar Gajjan Singh
1991 Badla Jatti Da
1990 Anakh Jattan Dee
1987 Patola
1986 Kee Banu Duniyan Daa
1982 Ucha Dar Babe Nanak Da Marasi
1981 Putt Jattan De Shinda

References[edit]

  1. ^ last.fm. "Surinder Shinda". last.fm. p. 1. Archived from the original on 15 September 2010. Retrieved 15 September 2010. 
  2. ^ Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham (1999). World Music: Latin and North America, Caribbean, India, Asia and Pacific. Rough Guides. p. 88. ISBN 978-1-85828-635-8. 
  3. ^ Jana, Reena (3 August 2003). "His Is Not Quite the Career His Parents Had in Mind". The New York Times. Retrieved 3 November 2009. 
  4. ^ Chaudhry, Amrita (12 November 2008). "Shaukat Ali: Singing parallel to pop singers gives me jitters". The Indian Express. Retrieved 3 November 2009. 
  5. ^ Pande, Alka (1999). Folk music & musical instruments of Punjab: from mustard fields to disco lights. Mapin. p. 24. ISBN 978-1-890206-15-4. 
  6. ^ http://www.sadapunjab.com/news/?p=532

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