Lakhwinder Wadali is a musician in the Punjabi music industry, who hails from a family of legendary musicians. His father and uncle, Puranchand Wadali and Pyarelal Wadali is the people he has learned singing from. He underwent extensive training and guidance in classical singing from his father and uncle.
Lakhwinder Wadali’s grandfather, Thakur Dass Wadali was a very famous vocalist and later his father and uncle made a Sufi qawwali duo, the Wadali Brothers. He sings songs which are a perfect blend of classical and modern trend. His expertise in singing includes Sufi songs, romantic numbers, folk songs, ghazals, bhajans, and bhangra numbers too.
And today is Lakhwinder Wadali’s birthday. On the occasion of this special day, we are enlisting some of the evergreen songs sung by this gifted singer.
This is one of
the famous and most popular song which is Lakhwinder Wadali sung along with his
father and uncle, the famous Wadali Brothers. It is a Sufi romantic number which
the youngsters who consider music as their passion still listen to it fondly.
This has been
related to the tale of Heer Ranjha, and in today’s time the kind of
restrictions put on a girl has been presented in the song. Dilemmas in a girl’s
mind related to her love, family and her own life has been shown in the song.
These are basically the Punjabi folk songs and are generally sung on weddings and good occasions. Lakhwinder Wadali added the beats to this folk song, in his own modern way. He later also released Tappe 2 which had lyrics of his own.
He has depicted the state of his mind and his heart keeping in mind nature. It is a sad-romantic number which is heard by the people fondly even till date.
It is a beat
romantic number in which the lover says that the only two times that were
unbearable and toxic were the times before his partner came in his life, and
after his partner left.
about the love between Heer Ranjha. It is a sad-romantic song where the singer
says that she is nothing without her partner.
Gabruu.com wishes Lakhwinder Wadali happy birthday once again, and we wish him a great year ahead.
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