Sardul Sikander, whose voice is being echoed in everyone's heart even after departing to the heavenly abode
The pain can be felt in the voice of Nobby Singh, which usually arises for special ones
Sardul Sikander, whose voice is being echoed in everyone's heart even after departing to the heavenly abode. Sikandar was a person who can't be described in words. He has inspired various singers to do better than better. He had so many disciples who learned music from his songs and are paying homage to him through their own voices after his sad demise.
One such singer is Nobby Singh, who considers the late Sardul Sikandar as his teacher and takes inspiration from his songs. He constantly tries to give a new dimension to his singing.
Nobby Singh gave voice to a painful song 'Asin Jis Lai Duniya Chhad Ditti', which is considered to be very difficult in terms of singing, to pay tribute to late Punjabi singer Sardul Sikander.
The pain can be felt in the voice of Nobby Singh, which usually arises for special ones. The feelings in the song show the potential of the singer. This is the reason when Nobby Singh shared his video on social media, it received attraction and people loved it. Even as the song has gone viral among the fans of Sardul Sikandar and the music lovers.
On Facebook, the video of Nobby Singh has garnered more than one lakh views and shares in just two days. On the other hand, there have been more than 2 lakh views on Instagram and still counting. It is becoming popular among the people, which means Sardul Sikandar is still in the hearts of people while those who seek inspiration from him are also getting the love simultaneously.
Prior to this, the emerging artist Nobby Singh has also lent his voice to many songs. Nobby has entertained his fans with several songs like Revolver, Thakkiyan, while many more new songs are in the pipeline. One of his new songs would be released in April and the other in May. The shooting for both songs has been completed.
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