Sardool Sikander Biography, About, Songs, Age, Reason of Death, Family and More: Sardool Sikander (15 January 1961 – 24 February 2021) was an Indian singer associated with Punjabi-language folk and pop music, who made his first appearances on radio and television in the early 1980s with his introductory album, “Roadways Di Laari”. He also acted in some Punjabi language films, like Jagga Daku. Sardool’s father, the late Sagar Mastana, was a famous tabla player who invented a special type of tabla that was played with a thin bamboo stick. Sardool was married to Amar Noorie, who is also an accomplished singer and actress and has achieved many awards just like her husband. They travelled throughout the globe as a duet as well as solo singers for some of the most memorable tours and performances. Born in the Kheri Naudh Singh in district Fatehgarh Sahib, he belonged to the Patiala Gharana of music.Sardool had 27 albums to his credit. His work has been included in over 50 derivative albums from all over the world. His album ‘Husna De Malko’ released in 1991 sold 5.1 million copies worldwide and is still selling.
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh informed on Twitter that the Sardool Sikander had tested positive for the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) and was being treated for it.
Bollywood actor Zareen Khan tweeted, “This feels like a personal loss … Rest in Peace, Legend Sardool Sikander ji.” Daler Mehendi posted a photo on Twitter with a caption that read, “I am saddened by the news of Sardool Sikander ji’s death. It is a big loss to our family and music industry.”
Kapil Sharma shared a memory while mourning the loss of Sardool Sikander. The comedian-actor shared that Sikander visited his house on the occasion of his daughter’s first Lohri. “This is a very sad news. I was blessed that he visited my house for the first time on the occassion of my daughter’s first Lohri. Had no idea that it would be the last time. You will be remembered forever,” Kapil wrote.
Singer Harshdeep Kaur also expressed anguish at the legendary singer’s demise. “Bahut hi dukhad khabar… Saddened to hear about the demise of legendary Punjabi singer Sardool Sikander Ji. Huge loss to the music Industry. Prayers for his family,” she tweeted.
Noted Punjabi singer Sardool Sikander, who was being treated in Punjab’s Mohali, passed away on Wednesday. He was 60.
Tributes poured in following the death of the celebrated singer, who had also undergone a kidney transplant a few years ago.
Sardool Sikander Reason of Death
Fortis Hospital, where he was being treated, also issued a statement. “The hospital Noted Punjabi singer, Mr Sardool Sikander, passed away at Fortis Hospital, Mohali, on Wednesday, February 24 at 11:55 am. He was 60. He was admitted to Fortis Mohali on January 19 in a very serious condition with complaints of Low oxygen levels. Mr Sikander, who was diabetic, was recently treated for Covid-19. He had undergone renal transplant in 2016 and Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) in 2003. In spite of the best efforts of the doctors and other care givers at Fortis Mohali, his condition improved only marginally over the next 3-4 weeks. Due to his severely compromised state of health, his condition deteriorated again and had to be put on Life Support. Unfortunately, the patient breathed his last with his family at the bedside. Fortis Mohali extends its heartfelt condolences on the sad demise of Mr Sikander,” the statement read.
- 2014 Police in Pollywood (Actor)
- 2010 Akh Labdi (T-Series)
- 2005 Baghi (Playback Singer)
- 2003 The Hero: Love Story of a Spy (Playback Singer)
- 2002 Pyaasa (Playback Singer)
- 1996 Panchayat
- 1996 Ishq Nachavye Gali Gali (Playback Singer)
- 1991 Dushmani Jattan Di (Playback Singer)
- 1991 Jagga Daku (Police Inspector)
- 2012: Red Alert (Music By: Jassi Jalandhari & Label: MovieBox)
- 2014: Shareek (Music By: Muzical Doctorz & Label: MovieBox)
- 2014: Mera Valeti (Music By: Muzical Doctorz & Label: MovieBox)
- 2015: Paranda (Music By: Paul Nagra)
- 2016: Kangna (Music By: Kuwar Vrk / Feat: Craig Pans & Label: MovieBox/Japas Music)
- 2021: Maula (Music By: The PropheC)
- 2016 ‘Last Time VS Last Night’ (MovieBox/Japas Music)
- 2014 ‘Moons In The Sky’ (MovieBox/T-Series)
- 2012 ‘Entrance’ (Moviebox/Music Waves/Speed Records)
- 2010 ‘Kudi Mera Dil Di Hoya Ne Sohniye’ (MovieBox/Planet Recordz/Speed Records)
- 2009 ‘Ik Tu Hove Main Hovan’ (Speed Records)
- 2006 ‘Ous Kudi Ne’ (Finetouch/Peritone)
- 2002 ‘Haiya Ho’ (T-Series)
- 2001 ‘O Ho!’ (T-Series)
- 2001 ‘Hits of Sardool: Noori Vol. 1′ (Royal)
- 2000 ‘Sardool on A Dance Tip’ (DMC)
- 1999 ‘Nakhra Janab Da’ (Saaga)
- 1996 ‘Tor Punjaban Dee’ (Saaga)
- 1996 ‘Gal Sun’ (Soni Music)
- 1994 ‘Ik Kuri Dil Mangdi’ (T-Series)
- 1993 ‘Gidhe Vich Nachna’ (Asian Music Company)
- 1993 ‘Dance With…Sardool Sikander’
- 1993 ‘Jug Jug Jiyun Bhabian’ (Saaga)
- 1992 ‘Nachna Sakht Mana Hai’ (T-Series)
- 1992 ‘Munde Patte Gaye’
- 1991 ‘Sorry Wrong Number’ (Music Bank)
- 1991 ‘Doli Meri Mashooq Di’ (Saaga)
- 1991 ‘Roadways Di Laari’
- 1990 ‘London Vich Beh Gai’ (VIP Record Producers)
- 1990 ‘Yaari Pardesiyan Di’ (Music Bank/Smitsun Distributors Ltd.)
- 1990 ‘Zara Has Ke Vikha’ (Saaga)
- 1989-90 ‘Husna De Malko’ (Music Bank)
- 1989 ‘Aaja Sohniye’ (Sureela Music)
- 1989 ‘Gora Rang Deyin Na Rabba’ (T-Series)
- 1989 ‘Reelan De Dukan’ (HMV)
- 1989 ‘Gidha Beat: Bhabiye Gidhe de Wich Nach Lae’ (Sonotone)
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