Sidhu Moose Wala death: Artist Amandeep Singh puts AP Dhillon's feelings on paper

written by Ritika Nath | June 14, 2022

Sidhu Moose Wala death: Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala's death was a shocking news for the entire nation. The singer was shot dead on May 29 in broad daylight in his hometown Mansa. Since, the day everyone is grieving the unfortunate death of the singer. Punjabi singer AP Dhillon who previously talked about the harsh reality the Punjabi artists have to go through isn't still over Sidhu's death.

Artist Amandeep Singh has created a masterwork of his arts expressing AP Dhillon's feelings over Sidhu Moose Wala's death.

"There's been a dark cloud over my head since 29/5... It saddens me to see what our society has become today so I had my brother @inkquisitive put my thoughts onto paper. It's time to do better" wrote AP Dhillon on his social media account.

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The art says it all, from media covering Sidhu Moose Wala's death news to people taking selfies and creating videos of the accident spot. The art showcase how people have forgotten humanity over time and how much important it has become to first posts things and such events on social media rather than helping the needy one.

The art also depicts a shadow of Sidhu Moose Wala behind all this who is watching all this happening in front of him and a child sitting on the floor as he draws something. A powerful hand is also shown in the picture with strings attached to it which describes how powerful hands manipulate people and their work.

Earlier, singer AP Dhillon explained the hard truth that Punjabi celebs have to go through daily after being successful. In his tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala, AP Dhillon wrote, "Most people will never know the extent of what you have to deal with as a Punjabi artist behind the scenes on a daily basis. With constant judgement, hate-filled comments, threats and negative energy directed towards people like us, who are just doing what we love."

He further wrote, "I always admired how Sidhu was able to rise above it all. He made it look easy and stayed true to himself. Today I am praying for his family and our community. We need to do better."

 

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