Government College Hoshiarpur, Punjab Panjab University, Chandigarh
Graduation in Music (Honours) Diploma in the Persian Language M. Phil in Sufi Music Ph.D. in Sufi Singing
Singer, Actor, Lyricist, Poet
2009 – Present
Satinder Sartaaj is a Punjabi Sufi Singer, Lyricist, Poet, and Actor associated with Punjabi Music and Flim Industry. He was born on 18 May 1982 and his birthplace is Village Bajrawar, Hoshiarpur, Punjab. His height is about 5′ 6”. He completed his schooling from Government Primary School, Bajrawar, Hoshiarpur, and completed his graduation in Music with Honours from Govt. College, Hoshiarpur. Alongside he also completed his 5-year diploma in classical music from Sangeet Vishard in Jalandhar. After that Satinder headed to Punjab University, Chandigarh for his Masters in Music and M.Phil.
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Sartaaj taught music at Panjab University for six years, while he was pursuing his M.Phil and Ph.D. in the university.
Sartaaj also has a Diploma in the Persian language and started writing poetry and adopted his Takhallus (Pen name).
In 2010, Sartaaj got worldwide popularity from his song ”Sai” from his album Sartaaj.
In 2011, Sartaaj won Best International Act at the Brit Asia TV Music Awards (BAMA).
Sartaaj debuted in the American film industry with the lead role in the movie The Black Prince, a historic biopic of Maharaja Duleep Singh which was released on 21 July 2017.
On 02 May 2014, Sartaaj performed in the Royal Albert Hall, London, United Kingdom.
In 2018, he came out with the song “Udaarian” featuring Raj Shoker and sing was a huge hit and has received more than 200 million views on youtube.
He won “Best Songwriter” at BAMA 2017 and “Music Video of the Year” at BAMA 2018 for Udaarian.