Moosewala Naam Dilan Utte Likheya Khasa Jor Lag Ju Mitaun Vaaste” (Moosewala’s name is etched in our heart, it’s going to take a lot of force to erase it) were the last yet most powerful words used by Diljit Dosanjh while paying an emotional tribute to the late Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala.  Dosanjh said that even though “We are together and have tried hard not to point fingers at each other, there are some who are trying to create a divide in the Punjabi community.”

He dedicated his performance at his recent concert in Vancouver to Moose Wala while also paying tribute to the late kabaddi player Sandeep Singh Sandhu and Punjabi actor Deep Sidhu

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Dosanjh shared a video of his performance on his social media accounts with the caption “One Love.” Jumbotron behind him read, ‘This show is dedicated to our brothers’. During his performance, also sang about how people who just want attention try to pull down those who are famous.

He also gave a speech in which he requested the Punjabi community to stay united. Also referring to the moment when Sidhu’s father took off his turban during his son’s funeral as a sign of respect for those who showed up Dosanjh said, “Bapu don’t take off your turban, we respect it a lot.”

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Sidhu Moose Wala was assassinated in Mansa, Punjab. With 25 bullets being pumped into him from a Russian AN-94 and pistol during the gruesome killing. Moose Wala had also fired back at the attackers with his pistols. 

Kabaddi player Sandeep Singh Sandhu was shot dead by four assailants during a tournament in Punjab’s Jalandhar district in March 2022, while Deep Sidhu died in a car accident in February this year.

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Fans have been praising Diljit for showing his support to Moose Wala and others. One wrote, “Huge respect to you younger brother to appeal for Sidhu Moose Wala.” Another said, “Very good, Sidhu bhai deserves this. He did a lot for the Punjabi community. Now it’s the Punjabi community’s turn to remember him as a legend. Legends never die.”