Sardool Sikander

Sardool Sikander
Born (1961-01-25) 25 January 1961
Kheri Naudh Singh, district Fatehgarh sahib
Origin India
Years active 1989–present
Associated acts Amar Noorie, Jassi Jalandhari

Sardool Sikander (Punjabi: ਸਰਦੂਲ ਸਿਕੰਦਰ) is a Punjabi folk and Punjabi Pop singer,[1] who made his first appearances on radio and television in the early 1980s with his introductory album, "Roadways Di Laari". He has also acted in some Punjabi language movies, 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 is married to Amar Noorie, who is also an accomplished singer and actress. He has two older brothers, the late Gamdoor Aman, who was also a singer, and Bharpoor Ali who is a well known tabla player and is still playing in Sardool Sikander's band and is carrying the legacy of their father's inventions.[2]

Born in the Kheri Naudh Singh in district Fatehgarh sahib, he belongs to the Patiala Gharana of music. Sardool has 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 1990 sold 4.1 million copies worldwide and still selling.[3]



Duo collaboration




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