Have Parmish Verma and Gagan Kokri responded to Garry Sandhu's cruel reply on fan's comment? Know the details here!

written by Ritika Nath | May 18, 2021

Have you ever had a day when you didn't came across a controversy of Punjabi entertainment industry? No, right. Because there is always a new controversy taking place in the industry and this time it's Garry Sandhu who has initiated one.

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Recently Garry Sandhu took to his Instagram to announce his song ISHQ, where one of his fan mocked in his comments section and pleaded not to stop singing and wrote a cruel statement which read as, "jidda di vi awaaz nikaldi assi sunn leya krne aa gaane".

Garry Sandhu got offended with this and replied by pointing out names of singers like Parmish Verma, Gagan Kokri, Neetu and Harman Cheema and said that he is still sings better than them and had kept this in his heart since very long but finally got courage to admit it even if they get hurt.

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Parmish Verma who believes of staying away from controversies uploaded a story on Instagram and wrote, "When you see a lonely abandoned dog barking at you, Look at him with pity not hate. Be grateful for God who could have put you in those shoes". However, soon this post was taken down from his story.


Preet Harpal apologizes to his fans as he unintentionally hurt the sentiments with the song 'Hostel'.

Meanwhile, Gagan Kokri choose a violent way to respond to Garry for his reply to the can't comment.

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Gagan Kokri took to his Instagram story and wrote that nobody should judge anybody for their abilities and skills what God has gifted them, everyone is hustling and working hard to earn their livelihood. He also said that if there is still something left to say then we both have our contact numbers and even knows where he lives, so they can meet anytime.


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However, we don't confirm that the responses given by Gagn Kokri and and Parmish Verma are for Garry Sandhu.

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