Karan Aujla, who has been tasting success with his EP Way Ahead, is now winning the hearts of fans with his live show. He recently started his Australian tour, which started in Perth. And on the tour, Aujla dedicated his show to the late Sidhu Moosewala, who was shot dead in Punjab on 29 May. Yes, you read that right. Not only Moosewala, but Aujla also dedicated the show to Sandeep Ambian and Deep Sidhu during the show.
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A picture from the show has been making the rounds all over the internet. In the viral photo, we can see that, along with the late legends' pictures, there’s an inscription that reads ‘Rest In Peace Brothers’. Fans are elated and share the picture on their respective social media. Here’s the viral picture from Karan Aujla’s Perth Show.
In the midst of this chaos, Sidhu Moosewala's longstanding rival and well-known Karan Aujla posted a poignant homage to Sidhu on social media. The two had long engaged in a musical cold war. In their individual songs, the two vocalists used to mock one another. However, Karan Aujla had once more demonstrated that he and Sidhu were rivals, not rivals, with his passionate response to Sidhu Moosewala's death.
In tribute to Sidhu, the artist wrote a lengthy post on his Instagram account. In his heartfelt letter, Karan acknowledged that the news had broken his heart and had been challenging for him to accept. The artist had also mentioned Sidhu's parents and had prayed to God numerous times to give them the courage they needed to deal with such a tremendous loss.
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Now, this picture has given us rays of hope that we might listen to Sidhu’s song in Karan's voice. But again, we have to wait for some more time to know the official statement from Geetan Di Machine aka Karan Aujla.