Famous young Indian Sindhi folk singer Jatin Udasi has expressed his desire of visiting every nook and corner of Sindh and performing there.
Sharing his views with local journalists in Panu Aqil town of Sukkur on Sunday, Udasi said he intends to hold concerts to pay tributes to his beloved motherland, Sindh. He is on a four-day visit to Sindh. “If there had not been visa restrictions I would have stayed here for a long time to fulfil my wish of visiting all cities of Sindh,” he said.
Udasi belongs to a Sindhi family in Mumbai and is known for singing old Sindhi folk songs with modern musical arrangements and tunes.
The 28-year-old singer is held in high esteem by his fans for his unconditional devotion and dedication to Sindh and Sindhi music. Talking about his heartfelt affiliation with music, he said that music resides in his soul since his childhood, and to polish his hidden skills he got initial training from Ustad Afzal Al Kabir. He said that his profound love for his mother lounge persuaded him to sing songs in the Sindhi language.
Answering a question about the stature of the Sindhi language in India, he said, “Sindhi singers and artists are equally popular in India as well. Sindhi Language and Cultural Festival are held in India every year to promote centuries-old culture and tradition.” He said that he has performed in various countries of the world and had earned great love from the Sindhi community.