Sukha Delhiwala's name came to the limelight in the year 2013 when he was sent to 20 months imprisonment for human trafficking and betting. The man, post his jail term, made some shocking statements which included singing songs written by Abu Salem.
Originally named Sukhwinder Singh Maan, Sukha Delhiwala has passed away. His dead body was found at his home in Golden Avenue on Wednesday. The body has been sent for post mortem. The man was to fly for a show to England in a few days. The first report states that Sukha has an injury behind the lower part of his head so it is being assumed that a sudden fall must have led to his death.
One of his alliances who used to stay with him has reportedly said that he had gone to his village just a few days ago but was in touch with him regularly until 2 days before his death. After 2 days when he tried to get in touch with Sukha, his calls didn't get answered and he then phoned a boy next door to go and check. The boy found the door of the house locked on entering by jumping off the wall, he realised that Sukha is dead inside.
It is being said that Sukha was to soon mark his Bollywood entry with a biopic on his life. The biopic titled 'The Gangster', produced by JSM Productions had to mark his Bollywood debut in which he was to be seen as the titular character. The singer has even recorded a song for Amitabh Bachchan's 'The Leader', according to reports.
On 1st June, he had posted a picture of himself with a drip.
Sukha Delhiwala was recently seen performing with the Great Khali in many shows and a few months ago, he was even seen with Rakhi Sawant during the shoot of his song which will feature her.
His famous songs include College Di Canteen, Sheher Tere Diyan Gallian, Bullet, etc. In the initial days of his career, Sukha had also sung with Asha Bhonsle.