Famous Seraiki and also Punjabi folk singer Allah Ditta Loonaywala died from a heart attack in his indigenous town in Chiniot area late on Monday. He was 64.
Allah Ditta was birthed in 1957 in town Loonaywala that he used with his name when he started singing.
According to Dr Amjad Parvez, he got very early songs lessons from Mian Issa Khan, a symphonic music teacher in Okara, as well as his kid Mian Talib Hussain.
He started singing early in his life when he remained in college. In among his meetings, Loonaywala said he was first taped by Jhang Gramophone, complied with by Rehmat Gramophone of Faisalabad.
He is made it through by three sons and two little girls. Of them, Zaheer Abbas is a programme producer at Radio Pakistan, Lahore, and the youngest boy, Nadeem Abbas, is an effective folk singer like his dad.
Loonaywala’s renowned tracks are ‘Shaaman Pei Gaeyaan’, ‘Ticketaan Do Lei Bouquet’ and also ‘Main Cham Nachdi Phiraan’.
He has sung Punjabi Dastaans too, consisting of Sassi. He likewise made a name in narrative and also singing of the tale of Karbala.
He was given upon with the Head of state of Pakistan’s award ‘Satisfaction of Performance’.