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YOUR LOVE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN AN OSCAR FOR THIS PUNJABI SINGER

By Siddharth Singh . 6th July 2018 09:46pm
YOUR LOVE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN AN OSCAR FOR THIS PUNJABI SINGER

Prominent singer Sukhwinder Singh has totally mesmerised the entire Hindi Film Industry with his singing skills in Punjabi and Hindi, his latest ‘Kar har maidaan fateh' from the film "Sanju" has received all the appreciation that it actually deserved. Not just this but the most surprising part about this song is that Singh had received 73K+ emails of appreciation for the latter song. On the response to the song, Sukhwinder told IANS: “My management has informed me that so far around 73,000 emails have been received in four email IDs where people are sharing emotional notes on how that song ‘Fateh’ motivated them, made them cry and made them emotional. I think I managed to touch the right chords with the song. For me, people’s love is more special than even an Oscar.” “I did not get so much love from common people during even ‘Jai ho’ (which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song). Though that was an international film (‘Slumdog Millionaire’), we won awards and everything… But the way people are saying good words about ‘Fateh’ means a lot.” sukhwinder Singh Born in Amritsar, Singh is famous for singing "Chaiyya Chaiyya" for which he won the Best Male Playback Award at the 1999 Filmfare Awards. The song, from Mani Ratnam's 1998 film Dil Se.., was composed by A. R. Rahman, written by Gulzar, and sung in duet with Sapna Awasthi. It was also featured in the musical Bombay Dreams and, in remixed arrangements, in the titles and credits segments of Spike Lee's 2006 film, Inside Man. Singh later gained more international fame for singing "Jai Ho" from the film Slumdog Millionaire, which won an Academy Award for Best Original Song and a Grammy Award for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media. His rendition for the 2014 released film Haider fetched him the National Film Award for Best Male Playback Singer.