Tractor stunt goes wrong in Gurdaspur; Punjab Stuntman's death caught on cam, Video Viral
A stuntman named Sukhmandeep Singh, 29, tragically died while performing a wheelie from a tractor in Gurdaspur.-
Echo of thunderous applause turned into a sound of panic & chaos when a tractor stunt went horribly wrong in Gurdaspur, Punjab. A stuntman named Sukhmandeep Singh, 29, tragically died while performing a wheelie from a tractor in Gurdaspur. As per reports, the incident took place in Sarchur village of Halka Fatehgarh Churian. The tractor stunt was being performed at a fair in memory of Baba Ghani ji. After the incident, the organizers announced that the fair had been postponed.
Now, the Gurdaspur Tractor Stunt video is going viral on social media and netizens have been horrified after seeing the viral clip. In the viral tractor student video, it can be seen that Sukhmandeep was doing stunts with the tractor and amazed people were capturing him on their cameras. It is seen in the video that the tractor is spinning in circles in the air on 2 tyres meaning Sukhman was doing a wheelie. No one was driving it, Sukhmandeep was standing near it. During that time the tractor went out of control. Sukhmandeep tried to climb on the tractor to control it. As soon as he tried to climb by placing his foot on the tyre, his other foot slipped into the mud.
Following that the tractor turned towards Sukhmandeep. All of a sudden, Sukhmandeep came under the tractor. The tractor then dragged Sukhmandeep for some time. During this time, two people standing nearby tried to save him, however, they also narrowly escaped being run over by the tractor. Following the incident, Sukhmandeep was immediately taken to the hospital, but by then he was already dead.
It is pertinent to mention here that Sukhmandeep was reportedly the only son of his parents. He was a farmer apart from being a stuntman. As per reports, Sukhmandeep learned to perform stunts when he was participating in farmers' protest. Following that, Sukhmandeep used to perform stunts in fairs typically in Punjab.