Sidhu Moose Wala 

Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu 

He is an Indian singer, rapper, actor and politician working with Punjabi music and Punjabi cinema. He began his career as a lyricist for the ninja song "License" and began his singing career with the duet "G Wagon".

Date of Birth

11 June 1993  He was from Moosa village in Mansa district in Punjab, India.


Electrical Engineering (2016), Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana 

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Moved to Canada after gradution and started performing in live shows from 2018. Got famous from the song "So High" in 2017. In 2019, Moose Wala established a record label to his name and released numerous tracks on the record label.


In 2020, he appeared in "Old School" sung by Prem Dhillon. In May 2021, Moose Wala released his third studio album, MooseTap, which has 32 tracks. In April 2022, Moose Wala released its first Ep No Name

The glory of the Khalistani movement

In December 2020, Moose Wala released the single "Punjab: My Motherland", in which he praised Khalistani separatist general Singh Bhindranwale. The song also features scenes from a speech by Singh Balbir, a pro-Khalistan supporter in the late 1980s.

Acting career

Moose Wala made her Punjabi debut in the film Yes I Am Student under her own production company Jatt Life Studios. The film was directed by Taranveer Singh Jagpal and written by Gil Rounte. In 2019, Moose Wala appeared in Teri Meri Jodi. In June 2020, he announced another movie called Gunah.


Moose Wala joined Congress in december 2021 to contest 2022 Punjab Legislative Assembly Election and lost against the Aam Admi Party.


Moose Wala was shot dead in his car on 29th May 2022 by a canadian gangster Satinder Singh (Goldy Brar). In this incident, 30 bullets were fired and 2 other men were also injured.