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Punjabi singer Parmish Verma shot at in Mohali

His latest song Gaal Ni Kadni has been highly appreciated and is arguably the biggest hit song of his career with nearly 70 million views

Chandigarh: Famous Punjabi singer Parmish Verma was shot at by some unidentified assailants in Mohali, police said today. The singer, who shot into fame with his song ‘Gaal Nahin Kadhnai’, was admitted to a private hospital in Mohali.

Verma was shot in Mohali late at around 1.30 AM on 13 April. He was travelling with a friend in his car when the incident took place.

The friend was also injured. Verma was out of danger, a police officer said quoting doctors. A probe is on.

“Some unidentified persons fired shots at Parmish last night at Sector 91 in Mohali when he was returning home. A bullet hit his leg,” Mohali Senior Superintendent of Police Kuldeep Chahal said.

The official said that the singer was out of danger.

A case has been registered in this regard, police said, adding that investigation was underway.

He was recently seen in Vikram Thori’s film titled Rocky Mental. The film has garnered positive reviews and after proving his mettle as a director, he is sure to win audiences hearts through his actions as well.

On 2 April, Ajay Devgn took to Twitter to announce that the Punjabi remake of his blockbuster Singham will star Verma in the leading role. Devgn will produce the film along with Kumar Mangat. The film is slated for a 2019 release.

His latest song Gaal Ni Kadni has been highly appreciated and is arguably the biggest hit song of his career with nearly 70 million views. His latest single Police too have been well received like his other singles. His journey from working in a pub to becoming a heartthrob in Punjab has been highly inspiring.

Recently, he has grabbed two awards at the PTC Punjabi Music Awards.

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