“Ehda Uthuga Jawani Ch Janaja Mithiye”: The Dark Premonition and Awakening of Sidhu Moose Wala | Punjabi Cinema News


Did Sidhu Moose Wala have the feeling that his death was near? Did he refer to the fans as much? Well, the lyrics to his latest song, “The Last Ride,” sparked debate among netizens due to the uncanny similarities between the song and the circumstances of his death.

“Ho chobbar de chehre utte noor dassda, ni ehda uthuga jawani ch janaja mithiye (All is revealed in the eyes of the young boy that the funeral will take place in his youth),” the lyrics go. The song was said to be a tribute to rapper Tupac Shakur, who was shot dead in his car aged 25 in 1996.

Surprisingly, this is how 28-year-old Sidhu was killed by gangsters in broad daylight in Jhawahar Ke village in Mansa district. Thirty rounds of bullets were sprayed on him – the pattern was clear.

Punjab’s gun violence and gangster culture sent shivers down the spine of fans and friends. It has been repeatedly said that artists in Punjab are often subjected to “hate comments, threats and negative energy” for simply doing what they love to do. Parmish Verma, known for songs like ‘Gaal Ni Kadni’, actor-singer Gippy Grewal and songwriter Karan Aujla are among the leading Punjabi artists who have been threatened by gangsters in the past.

Recently, Mika also confirmed the trend by pointing out that “many Punjabi singers including Gippy Garewal and Mankirt Aulakh have also received threats. And the incident should be a wake-up call for everyone.”

A Punjabi singer on condition of anonymity told IANS that artists in the state should stop writing songs about gangsters, guns and fighting.

The singer noted, “Our culture has changed and we should be blamed for it. I don’t know why rappers or songwriters like to call themselves gangsters on their albums. Who are the gangsters? Are they ready for something Why make this crop famous for no reason?

He stressed that Punjabi culture “is about love and happiness”. This, he says, should be the theme of the songs. “Why are guns needed? We need to change the way from guns and gangsta culture to our own Punjabi culture,” he said.

In 2020, Moose Wala was arrested by Punjab Police under the Arms Act after being charged with promoting gun culture. The action was taken for his song ‘Panj Golyan’.

“I didn’t want to drag this gun issue out right now,” the singer said. “But when will we understand it? What happened with Sidhu (murder) cannot be justified. The whole industry is in shock till this day. He was a young man with young ideas. mother has lost her loving son. A father has lost his proud son. . RIP Sidhu you will be missed.” Exactly the thoughts of the murdered singer’s countless admirers.

1/5Happy birthday legend: Here’s why Sidhu Moose Wala will be remembered

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  • Sidhu Moose Wala, a star gone too soon. Just recently, June 8, his last prayer meeting was held, and today, June 11, is his birthday. Although the singer left the mortal world, the memories he left behind keep him alive in all hearts. So today we have compiled a list of things that prove why Sidhu Moose Wala will always be remembered.

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    Happy birthday legend: Here's why Sidhu Moose Wala will be remembered

    Sidhu Moose Wala, a star gone too soon. Just recently, June 8, his last prayer meeting was held, and today, June 11, is his birthday. Although the singer left the mortal world, the memories he left behind keep him alive in all hearts. So, today we have compiled a list of things that prove why Sidhu Moose Wala will always be remembered.

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  • In the world there are two types of people, one who never speaks his mind and the other who is never afraid to speak his mind. Sidhu Moose Wala belonged to the latter category. Through his songs, his films and his concerts, he said everything without hesitation. Many times the singer used to get caught up in controversy also because of the same thing, but that never stopped him.

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    Sidhu was never afraid to say anything

    In the world there are two types of people, one who never speaks his mind and the other who is never afraid to speak his mind. Sidhu Moose Wala belonged to the latter category. Through his songs, his films and his concerts, he said everything without hesitation. Many times the singer used to get caught up in controversy also because of the same thing, but that never stopped him.

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  • Sidhu Moose Wala literally lived for his family. He wore a turban and honored the sardari even before he knew what it meant because of his grandmother. Also, in an interview, he mentioned that before going out of the house, he used to ask his mother to do his hair. And it’s not something he did as a young child, he did it even as an adult. Moreover, his father during his prayer meeting said that Sidhu never asked or bothered his parents for anything. He was one of the few souls whose every element was imbued with humility.

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    His bond with his family was invaluable

    Sidhu Moose Wala literally lived for his family. He wore a turban and honored the sardari even before he knew what it meant because of his grandmother. Also, in an interview, he mentioned that before going out of the house, he used to ask his mother to do his hair. And it’s not something he did as a young child, he did it even as an adult. Moreover, his father during his prayer meeting said that Sidhu never asked or bothered his parents for anything. He was one of the few souls whose every element was imbued with humility.

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  • Besides his family, Sidhu Moose Wala also valued his friends. He was one of those people who literally had the courage and honesty to stand by his friend through thick and thin. And he knew that was a rare quality to find in the industry he worked in. So when asked about one thing he would like to change in the Punjabi music industry, he said he would like people to take a stand for their friends.

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    He valued friendship

    Besides his family, Sidhu Moose Wala also valued his friends. He was one of those people who literally had the courage and honesty to stand by his friend through thick and thin. And he knew that was a rare quality to find in the industry he worked in. So when asked about one thing he would like to change in the Punjabi music industry, he said he would like people to take a stand for their friends.

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  • Sidhu Moose Wala knew his trade. From Punjabi desi beats to heavy puns, he knew his music. Also, when it came to writing, Moose Wala’s flair was just something else altogether. His words used to leave a mark, as he left a mark on the world. The brutal honesty of his words showed the purity of his work.

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    Also Read: From Getting His Mom’s Haircut To Wanting A Super Power To Cure Cancer, Here Are 4 Things About Sidhu Moose Wala That Prove He Was A Pure Soul

    He was a master in his art

    Sidhu Moose Wala knew his trade. From Punjabi desi beats to heavy puns, he knew his music. Also, when it came to writing, Moose Wala’s flair was just something else altogether. His words used to leave a mark, as he left a mark on the world. The brutal honesty of his words showed the purity of his work.

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    Also Read: From Getting His Mom’s Haircut To Wanting A Super Power To Cure Cancer, Here Are 4 Things About Sidhu Moose Wala That Prove He Was A Pure Soul

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