Sidhu Moose Wala Birthday: Punjabi singer sensed something bad was about to happen reveals Balkaur Singh

Sidhu Moosewala's father, Balkaur Singh, during his meeting with Rahul Gandhi, shared his son's final words, "You still have a lot to see, Dad," a poignant reminder of the life cut short by senseless violence.

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On May 29, 2022, the world lost Sidhu Moosewala, a remarkable talent in the Punjabi music industry, to a tragic shooting by gangsters associated with Goldy Brar. His brief yet impactful career continues to resonate with audiences today through his powerful music, which served as a voice for the voiceless and a tool for social commentary. In 2021, Moosewala courageously ventured into politics, driven by a deep commitment to creating positive change from within the system. His legacy of fearlessly addressing social injustices and standing by his ideals continues to inspire.
Moosewala's father, Balkaur Singh, recently met with Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress party. He shared his son's final words, "You still have a lot to see, Dad," a poignant reminder of the life cut short by senseless violence.
Despite the tragic circumstances surrounding his death, Sidhu Moosewala's legacy lives on through his music and the impact he had on his generation. His unwavering commitment to social justice, his fearless voice, and his genuine connection with his audience have made him an icon for millions. He will be remembered as a true artist who used his platform to challenge the status quo and inspire others to fight for a better world.
The late famous Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala once said, "There's no wrong in promoting gun culture, although one should be aware of its uses, pros, and cons." According to him, if music is considered to be wrong, then why has it been given a license from the government? He even exclaimed that in his religion, music is considered as a part of the body. Just as the army is given weapons, if one of the weapons is mistakenly used on a civilian, it is considered wrong – as it is solely the responsibility of the army to protect us, not to harm. Similarly, gun is for personal safety.
Mr. Balkaur Singh, father of the late Sidhu Moosewala, shared his meeting with Congress leader Mr. Rahul Gandhi. He mentioned that Sidhu Moosewala had a sense that something bad was going to happen to him. He also spoke about Sidhu's early interest in music and how the singer never performed in front of him despite numerous requests. Mr. Singh recalled seeing his son perform secretly for the first time during his college days, with a college professor encouraging him to continue singing. This incident led Mr. Singh to support his son's passion and send him to Canada for further studies. Upon Sidhu's return, his father noticed a significant change in him, observing that his journey after coming back from Canada led to remarkable achievements for both himself and other singers he collaborated with throughout his life.