Karan Kundrra was saddened by the sudden death of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala, who was shot and killed in Mansa, Punjab, on Sunday. Karan talked to the press while working on the set of “Dance Deewane Juniors.” He said: “What will happen when you send a tweet? We tweet and cry, but a mother’s son died because of something so terrible. I watched a few videos where the images were so horrible that they would break your heart.”
Karan also said that Sidhu gained a lot of fame at a very young age. “He was about 27 or 28 years old and had already done a lot in his life. Bullets are being fired in Punjab in the middle of the day. I don’t know what this means.”
The Punjab Police took away Sidhu’s protection, and the next day he was killed. Karan did not want to say much about this, though, because it was a political matter.
Karan added: “I can’t say anything about that because it has to do with politics. What are their names? And how did it happen? Because it’s against the law in India to just own a gun. Sorry, but this isn’t Afghanistan, where anyone can walk around with a gun. How did this happen? I didn’t know Punjab like this.”
The attackers, who were thought to be 10 to 12 years old, shot Moosewala and his two friends with more than 20 rounds at point-blank range. The singer and his two friends were severely hurt. Moosewala got seven-eight bullets.
Assault rifle shells found at the scene of the crime show that an AK-47 was used in the crime.
Moosewala was taken to a hospital nearby, where he was confirmed to be dead. The civil surgeon at Mansa hospital said that Moosewala was brought in dead and that the other two were sent to another hospital.
On Tuesday, he was burned in his home village of Moosa.