The death of popular singer Sidhu Moose Wala has left us open and vulnerable. Regardless of whether you loved or hated him, to his fans, his death was a matter of great sadness.
It was a brutal killing of the singer, who not only cut apart the world of music but also humanity, law, and order. Under heavy grief from this horrible tragedy, Punjabi artists have mourned his death and the world has noted their sentiments.
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Recently, three weeks after Sidhu Moosewala’s death, AP Dhillon shared a compelling picture of his thoughts on this death. As such, here we’re going to decode the photo that AP has shared. If You are a Fan of AP Dhillon then check out Brown Munde T Shirt in different design patterns and colors.
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Probably symbolising agony, pain, and loss, the dead tree in the backdrop of the painting may represent Sidhu’s death.
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The poster depicts a jeep with the number plate changed to ‘Justice’. The jeep is covered in blood and is surrounded by shells, probably indicating the scene of the crime.
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The message on the poster is about how media personnel and the general public are divided due to their allegiance. The media acts as puppets for those in charge like governments or officials.
It’s seen that instead of demanding justice for the singer, the public is more bothered about capturing footage from the crime on social media. The sight of the brutalised victim at Sidhu’s murder scene was instead met with many people making video recordings rather than aiding medical help.
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A little turbaned child can be seen drawing a poster with the alphabets SID on it. This drawing is to honour Sidhu, or maybe he’s preparing a placard for a rally.
The background to all this is followed by the shadow of Sidhu Moosewala who is watching from above.
The artist created this painting with a tint of red-brown to represent torment, anguish, and selfishness.