One of Punjabi’s most loved singers – Sidhu Moose Wala – has left the world at a young age. Nonetheless, his fans have admired his legacy and lived through his songs. He had told his family about numerous songs he wants them to release in the future.
After releasing one of the most talked-about songs “SYL” – which was released posthumously – Sidhu Moosewala’s family decided to release another song. Yes, you read that right. This next song is called “Vaar” and it will be released on November 8th. The family had planned to release this song on Gurpurab, but the date fell too close to the anniversary of his passing.
Here’s the Sidhu Moose Wala Vaar song made about Naik Hari Singh Nalwa. It’s about how he has faced many great battles and is one of the bravest warriors in all of Punjab. He recorded the song, but it wasn’t released until after he was killed.
Hari Singh Nalwa was the army chief of Maharaj Ranjit Singh’s court. He led many wars against Afghans and Pathans, emerging victorious each time. Hari Singh Nalwa became known in India as the bravest soldier they ever had. This is because, during a hunting expedition when a tiger attacked him, he wrestled it to the ground and killed it with his sword. The lightning-quick attack gave him no time to pull out his blade so he took control of the tiger by grabbing its jaws and pushing him back before killing it with his sword.
He played a key role in many noteworthy battles, like those fought at Kasur, Sialkot, Attock, Multan, Kashmir, and Jamrud. He also played a crucial part in extending Punjab’s borders beyond the Indus River.
Sidhu Moose wala’s first song after death can be heard on his newest release, SYL. The song discusses the major issues in Punjab and Haryana, specifically the issue of water which is giving cause to increased tension between these two states. In just 2 days, this single has been seen 2.7 crore times.
I can’t wait for what comes next. Fans can’t keep calm to hear the voice of their favorite singer. It will be interesting to see all the records that a new song will break, even around the world.