Viral: Sidhu Moosewala's song unites India-Pak troops, both armed forces shake a leg at border, tweeple say music has no boundaries
There is an old saying that music has the power to heal and unites people. A recent viral video doing rounds on social media has strengthened this belief. In the short clip, it can be seen that the Pakistani armed troops at the border were playing late Sidhu Moosewala’s song, while Indian soldiers were seen giving them company by dancing to the beats.
The viral video which has received an overwhelming response from the internet user has been shared by Indian Police Services officer HGS Dhaliwal on Twitter. He captioned his post by saying Sidhu’s songs playing across the border! bridging the divide!
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Take a look at the viral video of Pakistani armed troops playing Sidhu Moosewala’s song at the border
The video has gained thousands of views in no time. Internet users also reshare the video on their timeline with positive messages. One of the users wrote that he doesn’t understand, that when people from both sides look like same, enjoy the same music, share almost the same culture and enjoy the same food, still why are both countries forced to hate each other? Another user wrote that people are good from both sides, it is politics that makes it dirty.
The third user called it the power and beauty of music that allows people to come together, no matter how different they are! While the fourth user appreciated and remembered the late Sidhu Moosewala, who was shot a few months back when was driving his car in Punjab’s Mansa district.
Later, the gangster Lawrence Bishnoi and his partner Goldy Brar, who lives in Canada, claimed responsibility for killing the famous Punjabi singer. Currently, the accused Bishnoi is in the custody of Punjab police while Goldy Brar is yet to be arrested.
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