In a recent interview, the parents of Punjabi singer and songwriter Sidhu Moosewala addressed the controversy surrounding a viral video involving their son, fellow artist Karan Aujla, and gangster Anmol Bishnoi. Balkaur Singh, Sidhu’s father, spoke candidly about the situation, stating that Karan Aujla did not attend the party willingly, and suggesting that gangsters forced artists to participate in order to ensure their own safety and that of their families.
The viral video in question, which surfaced on social media a few weeks ago, shows Karan Aujla and Anmol Bishnoi attending a party together. This interaction caused a stir among fans and the Punjabi music industry, as it is widely known that Sidhu Moosewala and Karan Aujla have had a longstanding rivalry.In the interview, Balkaur Singh shared his perspective on the incident, emphasizing that Karan Aujla’s presence at the party was not voluntary. He revealed that gangsters like Anmol Bishnoi are known to intimidate and coerce artists into attending such gatherings, using threats to their safety and that of their families as leverage.
Sidhu Moosewala’s parents also expressed their concern for the safety and well-being of their son and others in the music industry who may find themselves caught in the crosshairs of gangster-related disputes. They urged the authorities to take swift action against those who use their influence and power to manipulate and threaten artists.The interview has reignited the conversation around the challenges faced by Punjabi artists, particularly in relation to criminal elements in the industry. It has also led to an outpouring of support for Karan Aujla, who has been widely criticized for his association with Bishnoi in the viral video.As the debate continues, the public is calling for greater transparency and accountability within the music industry, with many expressing hope that this incident will serve as a catalyst for positive change. In the meantime, fans and industry insiders alike are closely watching how this situation unfolds, hoping for a resolution that protects the safety and integrity of Punjabi artists.