Satinder Sartaaj is a name to reckon with in the field of music. The Indian singer, songwriter, actor, and poet of Punjabi language films and songs, who has a PhD in music and a long list of fans, gained fame with his song Udaarian in 2018 and has performed globally.

He has performed in New Zealand on multiple occasions and will be back in the country to entertain his numerous fans.

As part of his ongoing Rejuvenation World Tour, he is all set to enthral his fans in New Zealand. On July 16, he is slated to perform in Auckland at the Vodafone Events Centre.

Aucklanders are already waiting for the show with great enthusiasm.

Tina Bansal of Flat Bush says, “I love Satinder Sartaaj’s music style a lot. I am thrilled that I will be watching him live soon. I can't contain my excitement."

Another fan of Sartaaj, Tavleen Arora, says, “I am looking forward to seeing Sartaaj perform in front of my eyes. It will be a dream come true. His songs are so soulful, and I look forward to enjoying his concert."

It may be noted that Indian Weekender is the exclusive media partner for the Satinder Sartaaj’s show.

Sartaaj is best recognised for his well-decorated career in Punjabi-Sufi music. His stock took a rise after his Hollywood acting debut depicting the Maharaja Duleep Singh in the universally acclaimed motion picture The Black Prince in 2017

Satinder Sartaaj was born in the village of Bajrawar, Distt Hoshiarpur (Punjab eastern) and completed his graduation in Music with Honours from Govt College Hoshiarpur.

He also completed his five-year diploma in classical music, Sangeet Visharad, from Jalandhar. After completing his graduation and diploma, he went to Punjab University, Chandigarh, for his masters in Music. After his masters and M.Phil, he completed his PhD with a specialisation in Sufi poetry. To further understand the deep thoughts of Sufi poetry, he completed a certificate course and a diploma in the Persian (Farsi) language. Dr Satinder Sartaaj taught in the Music Department at Punjab University for six years.

 

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