Satinder Sartaaj is the king of melodies in the Punjabi entertainment industry. He has literally been the inspiration for all the turbaned boys all around the world who want to step into the entertainment industry, but without compromising with their religious ethics. The singer wears a turban at all the events and for all his roles, in the films and even in his songs.
Well, the singer is also always up to something different and unique which makes him outshine the rest of the artists in the Punjabi entertainment industry. This time the Punjabi artist walked the ramp for Indian Fashion Week which was held at Delhi. He wore clothes designed by Kirti Rathore for Jabong. The theme of the event was 'All White', and he was looking no less than a prince charming dressed in a white sherwani.
Sharing his wonderful experience of walking the ramp for the first time, Sartaaj said, "#RampWalk #NewDelhi #FirstTime #IndiaFashionWeek All White by @kirtirathore10 @jabongindia it was really new & beautiful experience Thx #Sartaaj"
He is the first Sikh Turbaned man to walk a ramp. No one previously has walked the ramp that too at the national level for some designer. This can be seen as a great milestone achieved by the singer.
His movie, the Black Prince was a Hollywood venture which was directed by Kavi Raz and Satinder Sartaaj was the lead actor int he film. The film was based on the life of the last Maharaja of Sikh Empire, Duleep Singh, and his relation with Queen Victoria.
Earlier this year, the singer announced his new album which was titled ‘Seasons Of Sartaaj’. He has already released a song from the album titled 'Dil Nahion Torhida' He has already released five songs from the album. These songs are, 'Arsi', 'Tere Vaaste', 'Main te Meri Jaan', 'Nilami', and 'Udaariyan'.
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