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Guru Randhawa Shares Post 'thanking Fans' After Deadly Vancouver Attack, Says 'will See You Soon'

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Guru Randhawa was recently attacked after concluding a concert in Vancouver.
  • However, the singer posted a series of pictures from the event thanking his fans and stated that he would see them again soon

Guru Randhawa was recently attacked after concluding a concert in Vancouver. The Punjabi singer survived the attack on his life but suffered from four stitches. However, taking to the photo-sharing app, Randhawa posted a series of pictures from the event. Sharing stills, he wrote, "This was Historic VANCOUVER show we did where the incident took place. And yes I will see you all soon. Thanks, Vancouver for your love and support. And thanks to everyone who’s shown so much love from all over the world after the incident. Love and Regards Guru Randhawa"

READ: Guru Randhawa Back In India With 4 Stitches After Vancouver Fan Assault, Won't Ever Perform In Canada Again

This is not the first time when a Punjabi artist was attacked at a concert. According to the reports, Punjabi singer Kaur B and Karan Aujla were heckled in Australia, and a fight erupted when Punjabi singer Sidhu Mossewala was performing in Canada recently.

ABOUT GURU RANDHAWA 

Meanwhile, on the professional front, Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa, known for songs such as "High Rated Gabru" and "Suit Suit", hit headlines when he collaborated with American rapper Pitbull for his single "Slowly Slowly". The track composed, written and sung by Randhawa, was directed by Gifty. Maintaining a universal and multilingual approach, the lyrics were penned in English, Hindi, and Spanish. "It is a dream come true moment. I always wanted to represent my village, my state and my country at an international level. This collaboration with Pitbull is one step towards that representation. I can't thank Pitbull and T-Series enough for all their support and love. We have worked hard on this single and I hope this will put Indian music on the world map," Randhawa said in a statement.

READ: Singer Guru Randhawa Assaulted In Canada's Vancouver After His Concert, Attacker Still At Large

 

 

 

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