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In the 1980s, Sardul released his first album “Roadways the Lari”.
- In the 1980s, Sardul released his first album “Roadways the Lari”
The famous Punjabi Sardul Sikander has passed away. He breathed his last at Fortis Hospital in Mohali. It is being told that he was struggling with kidney disease. He was admitted to the hospital a month ago. He had a kidney transplant, after which he developed a corona infection. He died on Wednesday morning.
Born on 15 August 1961, Sardul Sikander was associated with Punjabi language folk and pop music. In the 1980s, Sardul released his first album “Roadways the Lari”. After this, he never looked back. Sardul Sikander gave many hit songs. Apart from this, he also proved his acting in films.
Sardul Sikander got his acting skills ironed by his brilliant performance in the Punjabi film Jagga Daku.