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Punjabi folk singer Satinder Sartaaj, who won zillion hearts with his devotional song 'Sai', enthralled the audience with his soulful voice, here on Sunday, at Siri Fort Auditorium. Having performed across the globe, the 35-year-old singer created a mystical night with his power-packed performances.
The musical concert was attended by nearly 2,500 people. There was an atmosphere of spiritualism created while he sang, thereby, casting a divine spell on the attendees.
The gig was followed by the grand music launch event of his upcoming Hollywood film 'The Black Prince'.
This song is sung in the backdrop of the moment of separation of Maharaja Duleep Singh and his wife Maharani Bamba. Satinder Sartaaj, and a U. K. based female singer Dee Ajayi has lent her voice to this extremely beautiful track, adding the much needed poetic, romantic, and parting elements.
The music of the film has been released by Saga Music and theatrical distribution in India, Australia, and New Zealand will be done by Seven Colors Entertainment, who has earlier, very successfully released films like 'Shivaay', 'Rustom', 'Commando 2', 'Running Shaadi', 'Lahoriye', etc.
Directed by Kavi Raz, 'The Black Prince' based on a true story of the last King of Punjab Maharaja Dalip Singh will hit the theaters on July 21.
The movie will be released in three languages in English, Punjabi and Hindi in 18 countries.
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