Sidhu Moose Wala, who has been on the hot topic as his second posthumous song, 'Vaar' has been released. The song that was dropped on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti is all about the bravery of Sikh warrior Hari Singh Nalwa.
And the song has sparked controversy since its release. The Muslim community criticise the song for using words like Mohommad and Khan's, but Sidhu Moosewala's father, Sardar Balkaur Singh, clarified the same.
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Furthermore, while clarifying the issue, it has been speculated that Sidhu Moosewala will live through his live shows. The legacy will be maintained. And it will only be possible as Balkaur Singh Sidhu revealed that they are planning to make a hologram-like version of 2pac, aka Tupac Shakur.
It is a 2D image, but it looks 3D. While investigating, it was discovered that the 2D-image is an updated version of a stage trick from the 1800s. Moreover, now that the technology has been updated, it has also been said that scientists have now created holograms that you can touch and shake hands with.
Moreover, as Sidhu Moosewala earlier unveiled, he will soon have a world tour, but now it won’t be possible after the singer’s death. But Sidhu’s family is leaving no stone unturned to make it possible. They are making his hologram and also revealed that after Sidhu’s birthday in 2023, they will try to make it possible.
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When you talk about Indian rap music being popular in rural India, the name Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, also known as Sidhu Moose Wala, immediately comes to mind. Sidhu Moose Wala, a musician, rapper, lyricist, songwriter, actor, and politician from Punjab's Mansa region, was shot and killed on May 29. His murder leaves a significant hole in the musical landscape and is a terrible day in the history of Indian music.